Second Annual PHS Seminary Taco Feed


This Friday, May 12, 2023, the PHS seminary class will be holding their second taco feed during both lunches. The tacos will be free, and you can go the seminary building 1038 W Henry St, across the street from Pasco High. The event is open to all, and you’re encouraged to invite your friends to come with you.

What is seminary?

Seminary is a religious educational program operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, taught by Brother Esplin for 9th-12th graders at Pasco High and other high schools worldwide for all students. In seminary class, students study scripture on a chapter by chapter basis. Students in seminary take the class all year and each year they study church history and a different scripture, they cycle between four different books: The Old Testament, The New Testament, The Book Of Mormon, and Doctrine and Covenants. By the time a student graduates from seminary they will have studied all four books.

The History of Seminary

“Over 100 years ago, the first released-time seminary program was launched at Granite High School in Salt Lake City, Utah. The program has since grown into a worldwide system of religious education, bringing gospel instruction to young members of the Church throughout the world. From small beginnings, the seminary program and its collegiate counterpart — institutes of religion — grew to become the primary educational entities in the Church, with a larger enrollment than any other LDS educational venture and a wider reach than almost any educational organization worldwide. Today the seminary and institute programs teach over 700,000 students in over 150 different countries.”