Students will have the opportunity to be lifted by the Spirit as they travel throughout campus buildings to view powerful presentations that illustrate the life of the Savior, Dec. 12 at 6 p.m.
According to the BYU-Idaho website, this is an opportunity to reflect on the life of Jesus Christ and His sacrifice for us.
Samantha Howe, a junior studying sociology, said she plans to go to this event even if she has no one to go with.
“I think it’s a great idea,” Howe said. “It sounds interactive, and it’s cool that we not only get to see the presentation, but we get to go on a journey and experience it for ourselves.”
The route will begin in the Hinckley Chapel at 6 p.m. and will end in the Taylor Cultural Hall, according to the BYU-I website.
Howe said she feels this is a great time of the year to reflect on the Savior.
“Since it’s the season of Christ’s birth, this will be a good event because we can learn why he came into this world and evaluate the sacrifices he made for us,” Howe said. “It’s the season of charity, compassion and gift giving, and Christ is the pure example of that.”
According to the BYU-I website, there will be an art showcase with refreshments at the end of the event.
Katelyn Hawley, a senior studying history education, said the art showcase at the end will be an lifting and great way to end the journey.
“Being able to look at different representations of Christ and seeing it for ourselves will help us think about how we view Christ,” Hawley said. “Getting other perspectives of Christ can really help us reflect on Him and what He means to us.”
Attire for the event is casual.
According to the BYU-I website, “We will be traveling in and out of buildings so we encourage you to dress for winter weather.”
The event is open to everyone. Children are welcome.