LDS History, 2004

LDS History Chronology /Timeline

-- During 2004
Church launches interactive music web site featuring an interactive music player with downloadable MP3s. (1)

-- During 2004-2006
[General Religious History] The directors of the first American neo-pagan church, the Church of All Worlds, vote to disband the church due to financial and legal struggles. After a nearly two year hiatus, it is reformed. (2)

-- Jan 11, 2005
First-ever global leadership training meeting is transmitted by satellite in 56 languages to more than 97 percent of the Church‘s priesthood leaders. (1)

-- Feb 5, 2005
[Mormon Tabernacle Choir] The choir and Orchestra at Temple Square perform to capacity audiences in the Walt Disney Concert Hall and at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral in Los Angeles at the invitation of the American Choral Directors Association. (3)

-- Feb 11, 2005
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir labels sixth release, Choose Something Like a Star, featuring the choral music of American composer Randall Thompson, enters Billboards Classical Music chart at #3. Two other Mormon Tabernacle Choir titles, Americas Choir and Peace Like a River, are also in the Top 25 classical titles. (3)

-- 2005 12-Mar
[Hinckley] The First Presidency observes ten years together (4)

-- Mar 15, 2005
Tenth anniversary of Gordon B. Hinckley's ordination as President of the Church. (5)

-- 2005 2-3 April
President Hinckley delivers a powerful message on gambling during the 175th Annual General Conference (4)

-- Apr 19, 2005
Two new quorums of the Seventy were announced. The Seventh Quorum was created in a division of the Fourth Quorum and the Eighth Quorum was organized by dividing the Third Quorum. (6)

-- Apr 20, 2005
First Presidency of the Church announces a new Church History Library in Salt Lake City (5-floor building). (1)

-- 2005 22-May
President Hinckley dedicates the Church's 120th temple in San Antonio, Texas (4)

-- May 22, 2005
San Antonio Texas Temple; Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA; Announcement: 24 June 2001; Dedication: 22 May 2005 by Gordon B. Hinckley; Style: Classic modern, single-spire design (7)

-- During May 2005
[Mormon Tabernacle Choir] Release of Love Is Spoken Here. (3)

1 - Sherry Baker: Mormon Media History Timeline: 1827-2007,
2 - Wikipedia, Timeline of Religion
3 - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Newsroom,
4 - LDS Newsroom, Time line of Significant Events as President,
5 - Wikipedia, 21st Century (Mormonism),
6 - Church News: Historical Chronology of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
7 - Wikipedia, List of Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,

Mormon History Timeline /Chronology