My son and I decided to do a temple trip. Rather than visit Mt. Timpanogos Temple, we went to the Oquirrh Mountain Temple to do baptisms for the dead. At Timp, most patrons are barefoot to enter the water. At Oquirrh, they asked everyone to put on socks. It seems to me that socks make it easier to slip on a wet floor, but I suppose it could be argued the other way as well. I don’t think I’ve ever worn socks in chapels, or any other temples I’ve visited, but maybe my memory is rusty. I was told that they always ask patrons to wear socks at Oquirrh, but to my knowledge, this is the only time I’ve ever done that. Is this a safety or modesty issue? What do they do in your temple?