Imagine walking into an LDS chapel to find Marvin Goldstein playing prelude music and Utah's Attorney General Mark Shurtleff sitting up on the stand.

Both were on-hand for B'nai Shalom, a semiannual gathering of Mormons and Jews to celebrate Jewish culture, heritage, and traditions.

After Goldstein played "Hatikva," or "The Hope," the national anthem of Israel, a visibly moved Shurtleff addressed the congregation.

via MormonTimes – Shurtleff urges Mormons, Jews to stick together.

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