A bright red tour bus — with the banner "God's Hope for America" emblazoned on its sides and filled with members of the Unification Church — is slated to pull into east Salt Lake City's Sugar House Park at 8 a.m. on July 31.
The stop is part of an 11,000-mile, summerlong tour revisiting the 55 "Holy Grounds" established by the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon in the winter of 1965.
Moon, founder of the Unification Church, died in 2012 at 92.
LDS Church spokesman Scott Trotter, the Rev. Elias Koucos, rector of Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church in Holladay, other clergy and Utah members of the Unification Church will be on hand Thursday to greet the bus, now in its "homestretch," according to a news release.