Abrahamic / Middle Eastern Christianity Major LDS Holidays Share Flipboard Email Print L. Toshio Kishiyama / Getty Images Christianity Latter Day Saints Beliefs and Teachings Scriptures Christianity Origins The Bible The New Testament The Old Testament Practical Tools for Christians Christian Life For Teens Christian Prayers Weddings Inspirational Bible Devotions Denominations of Christianity Funerals and Memorial Services Christian Holidays Christian Entertainment Key Terms in Christianity Catholicism View More By Rachel Bruner LDS Expert A.S., Computer Information Technology, LDS Business College Rachel Bruner is a writer, energy healer and active member of the Church of Latter-Day Saints. our editorial process Rachel Bruner Updated March 12, 2019 As Latter-day Saints, we love to celebrate the holidays because they mean spending special time with our families. Many of the holidays we celebrate are to remind us of important things such as the birth of Christ at Christmas, his Resurrection at Easter, New Year's to make goals, and Pioneer Day when the Saints traveled west into the Salt Lake Valley. The following (in order by month) is a list of articles and other resources for these great holidays. New Year's DayValentine's DayEasterMother's DayFather's DayAaronic and Melchizedek Priesthood: Most Father's in the LDS Church hold the Priesthood and use it to bless their families and those around them.Pioneer DayThis category has all kinds of resources about the Mormon Pioneers, who we remember on Pioneer Day every July 24th, including a broadcast from the LDS Church commemoration celebrating Pioneer Day.HalloweenThanksgivingChristmas These are just some of the many LDS Holidays we enjoy celebrating because Latter-day Saints are found worldwide and we celebrate those holidays that are important to us wherever we may be!