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The new temple in Dubai will be in addition to the LDS church in Abu Dhabi. [69], Córdoba, Argentina 4 October 200817 May 2015 by Dieter F. Uchtdorf34,369 sq ft (3,193 m2)Announced at the 178th Semiannual General Conference. Reno, Nevada, United States April 12, 1999April 23, 2000 by Thomas S. Monson10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 7.9 acre (3.2 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Church A&E ServicesSecond temple built in Nevada, following Las Vegas Temple. [56][57] Ground was broken on the seventh temple in Brazil by David A. Bednar on November 15, 2011. The Draper, Utah, United States October 2, 2004March 20, 2009 by Thomas S. Monson57,000 sq ft (5,300 m2) and 168.67 ft (51 m) high on a 12 acre (4.9 ha) siteThe 12th temple dedicated in Utah, the Draper Utah Temple has been operating since March 2009. Within temples, members of the church make covenants, receive instructions, and perform sacred ordinances, such as: baptism for the dead, washing and anointing (or "initiatory" ordinances), the "endowment," and eternal marriage sealings. This is NOT an official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Construction began this week on a historic first temple in India for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. [12] The remodel completed in 1978 expanded the temple from 10,500 square feet (980 m2) to over 47,000 square feet (4,400 m2). When the groundbreaking for this temple was originally announced, it was scheduled to occur sometime in November. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States October 14, 1998July 16, 2000 by Gordon B. HinckleyNovember 17, 2019 by Quentin L. Cook10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 6.3 acre (2.5 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Paul Tessier & Associates and Church A&E Services. Zoetermeer, Netherlands 16 August 19998 September 2002 by Gordon B. Hinckley10,500 sq ft (980 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 2.7 acre (1.1 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Albert van Eerde, Kangaroo Point, Queensland, Australia July 20, 1998June 15, 2003 by Gordon B. Hinckley10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 0.86 acre (0.3 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Phillips, Smith, Conwell, Redlands, California, United States April 21, 2001September 14, 2003 by Gordon B. Hinckley17,300 sq ft (1,610 m2) on a 4.6 acre (1.9 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Lloyd Platt & Associates with Higginson & Cartozian, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana 16 February 199811 January 2004 by Gordon B. Hinckley17,500 sq ft (1,630 m2) on a 6 acre (2.4 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by ARUP, Frederiksberg, Denmark 17 March 199923 May 2004 by Gordon B. Hinckley25,000 sq ft (2,300 m2) on a 1 acre (0.4 ha) siteNeo-classical, detached single-spire design - designed by Arcito, New York City, United States August 7, 200213 June 2004 by Gordon B. Hinckley20,630 sq ft (1,917 m2) on a 0.3 acre (0.1 ha) site, San Antonio, Texas, United States June 24, 2001May 22, 2005 by Gordon B. Hinckley16,800 sq ft (1,560 m2) and 115 ft (35 m) high on a 5.5 acre (2.2 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Rehler, Vaughn & Koone, Aba, Nigeria 2 April 20007 August 2005 by Gordon B. Hinckley11,500 sq ft (1,070 m2)Classic modern, single-spire design - designed by Adeniyi Coker Consultants Limited, Newport Beach, California, United States April 21, 2001August 28, 2005 by Gordon B. Hinckley17,800 sq ft (1,650 m2) and 90 ft (27 m) high on a 8.8 acre (3.6 ha) siteSouthern California traditional design - designed by Lloyd Platt and Allen Erekson, Rancho Cordova, California, United States April 21, 2001September 3, 2006 by Gordon B. Hinckley19,500 sq ft (1,810 m2) and 131 ft (40 m) high on a 46 acre (18.6 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Joseph Marty Architect, Brian Everett and Maury Maher, Espoo, Finland 2 April 200022 October 2006 by Gordon B. Hinckley23,000 sq ft (2,100 m2) and 139 ft (42 m) high on a 7.4 acre (3 ha) siteClassic elegance, single-spire design - designed by Evata Architects, Rexburg, Idaho, United States December 20, 2003February 10, 2008 by Thomas S. Monson57,504 sq ft (5,342 m2) and 169 ft (52 m) high on a 10 acre (4 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire - designed by Architectural Nexus; Bob PetroffFirst temple dedicated by Thomas S. Monson as President of the Church, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil 23 August 20021 June 2008 by Thomas S. Monson27,850 sq ft (2,587 m2) and 125 ft (38 m) high on a 8.15 acre (3.3 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Jeronimo da Cunha Lima and GSBSTemple dedicated on 1 June 2008 following an open house from 10 May to 24 May 2008.[37]. A public open house was held from October 10 to November 1, 2014. [14][15] Following an open house from August 1 to September 6, 2014, the temple was rededicated on September 21, 2014. [22], Near Matangiake, commonly known as Liahona 2 April 19809 August 1983 by Gordon B. Hinckley4 November 2007 by Russell M. Nelson14,572 sq ft (1,354 m2) on a 5 acre (2 ha) siteThe Tongan temple was rededicated 4 November 2007 following remodeling that began in June 2006. The Johannesburg South Africa Temple, the first to be constructed on the continent, was dedicated in 1985. New temple locations are most often announced at the Church's semiannual General Conference meetings. The temple was formally dedicated on Sunday, December 13, 2015. During the Open House, the church conducts tours of the temple with missionariesand members from the local area serving as tour guides, and all rooms of the temple are open to the public. Cite error: The named reference "dn2008–04" was defined multiple times with different content (see the, Cite error: The named reference "2009-10-03 Welcome" was defined multiple times with different content (see the, Cite error: The named reference "2009-10-04 Taylor" was defined multiple times with different content (see the. Create New Account. Temples are considered by church members to be the most sacred structures on earth. Brown. Brampton, Ontario, Canada 7 April 198425 August 1990 by Gordon B. Hinckley57,982 sq ft (5,387 m2) and 171 ft (52 m) high on a 13.4 acre (5.4 ha) siteModern, single-spire design - designed by Allward-Gouinlock Inc. San Diego, California, US April 7, 1984April 25, 1993 by Gordon B. Hinckley72,000 sq ft (6,700 m2) and 169 ft (52 m) high on a 7.2 acre (2.9 ha) siteModern, two-tower - designed by William S. Lewis, Jr. Windermere, Florida, US April 6, 1991October 9, 1994 by Howard W. Hunter70,000 sq ft (6,500 m2) and 165 ft (50 m) high on a 13 acre (5.3 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Scott Partnership Architects, Bountiful, Utah, United States April 6, 1991January 8, 1995 by Howard W. Hunter104,000 sq ft (9,700 m2) and 176 ft (54 m) high on a 11 acre (4.5 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Allen B. Erekson, Hong Kong 3 October 199226 May 1996 by Gordon B. Hinckley21,744 sq ft (2,020 m2) and 135 ft (41 m) high on a 0.3 acre (0.1 ha) siteHong Kong colonial, single-spire design - designed by Liang Peddle Thorpe Architects, American Fork, Utah, United States October 3, 1992October 13, 1996 by Gordon B. Hinckley107,240 sq ft (9,963 m2) and 190 ft (58 m) high on a 16.7 acre (6.8 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Allen Erekson, Keith Stepan, and Church A&E Services, Town and Country, Missouri, United States December 29, 1990June 1, 1997 by Gordon B. Hinckley58,749 sq ft (5,458 m2) and 150 ft (46 m) high on a 14 acre (5.7 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Chiodini Associates, Vernal, Utah, United States February 13, 1994November 2, 1997 by Gordon B. Hinckley38,771 sq ft (3,602 m2) on a 1.6 acre (0.6 ha) siteAdaptation of Uintah Stake Tabernacle - designed by FFKR Architects, Chorley, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom 19 October 19927 June 1998 by Gordon B. Hinckley69,630 sq ft (6,469 m2) and 159 ft (48 m) high on a 15 acre (6.1 ha) siteModern, single-spire design - designed by Church A&E Services, Monticello, Utah, United States October 4, 1997July 26, 1998 by Gordon B. HinckleyNovember 17, 2002 by Gordon B. Hinckley11,225 sq ft (1,043 m2) and 66 ft (20 m) high on a 1.33 acre (0.5 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Church A&E Services, Anchorage, Alaska, United States October 4, 1997January 9, 1999 by Gordon B. HinckleyFebruary 8, 2004 by Gordon B. Hinckley11,937 sq ft (1,109 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 5.4 acre (2.2 ha) site, Colonia Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico 4 October 19976 March 1999 by Gordon B. Hinckley6,800 sq ft (630 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 1 acre (0.4 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services. A new Nauvoo Illinois Temple was dedicated in 2002 on the site of the original temple. [56][57] Ground was broken on 22 October 2011 by Gary E. Stevenson. The Kirtland Temple was the first temple of the Latter Day Saint movement and the only temple completed in Smith's lifetime. Alberta Stake President Edward J. A prior rededication by Spencer W. Kimball took place on June 13, 1978. The Kirtland Temple is a National Historic Landmark in Kirtland, Ohio, United States, on the eastern edge of the Cleveland metropolitan area. Primary difference is weather-vane has been replaced with a statue of Moroni. Local Youth Conferences, Camps Encouraged in 2021 . A young stake president and experienced cardiac surgeon, he met with other world-class doctors and shared information. [62] The temple was formally dedicated on March 2, 2014. It is the only temple ever to have been located behind the Iron Curtain. Forgot account? Related Pages. [71][72], Payson, Utah, United States January 25, 2010June 7, 2015 by Henry B. Eyring96,630 sq ft (8,977 m2) on a 10.63 acre (4.3 ha) siteAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on January 25, 2010. The Kirtland Ohio Temple was the first temple built in this dispensation, dedicated in 1836. A public open house took place from March 29 to April 19, 2014. Since May 2020, temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been reopening in a cautious, careful way, in four phases and based on local circumstances and governmental restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find the location and status of every dedicated, under construction, and announced temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across … Mesa, Arizona, United States October 3, 1919October 23, 1927 by Heber J. GrantApril 16, 1975 by Spencer W. Kimball120,000 sq ft (11,000 m2) and 50 ft (15 m) high on a 20 acre (8.1 ha) siteNeoclassical Architecture - designed by Don Carlos Young, Jr. and Ramm HansenThe first temple to offer ordinances in a language other than English (Spanish). During Hinckley's service as president, the number of temples more than doubled from 47 to 124. Ordinances are a vital part of the theology of the church, which teaches that they were practiced by the Lord's covenant people in all dispensations. Panama City, Panama 23 August 200210 August 2008 by Thomas S. Monson18,943 sq ft (1,760 m2) and 111 ft (34 m) high on a 6.96 acre (2.8 ha) siteClassic modern, single spire design - designed by Mallol & Mallol and Naylor W. LundTemple dedicated on 10 August 2008 following an open house from 11 July to 26 July 2008. [27] The temple was again closed in early 2014 for renovations. "[96] In 2014, a news story from the church noted that work had commenced on the temple, though no formal groundbreaking had taken place. Church president Gordon B. Hinckley (1910–2008) also accelerated the construction of temples through the use of an even smaller standardized base design. [78], Tijuana, Mexico 2 October 201013 December 2015 by Dieter F. Uchtdorf33,367 sq ft (3,100 m2)Announced by Thomas S. Monson on October 2, 2010, during General Conference. Watch the Devotional for Young Adults with Elder and Sister Gong. [84], Sapporo, Japan 3 October 200921 August 2016 by Russell M. Nelson48,480 sq ft (4,504 m2) on a 9.8 acre (4 ha) siteAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson in General Conference on 3 October 2009. This is where the keys to restore temple ordainances were received as well as many other important revelatioins pertaining to the Plan of Salvation. Nauvoo, Illinois, United States April 4, 1999June 27, 2002 by Gordon B. Hinckley54,000 sq ft (5,000 m2) and 162 ft (49 m) high on a 3.3 acre (1.3 ha) siteGreek revival - designed by FFKR Architecture[36] based on design by William WeeksBuilt on the site of the Nauvoo Temple and dedicated on the 158th anniversary of the death of Joseph Smith, the exterior is an almost exact reconstruction of the original temple. Location:Announced:Dedicated: Size:Style: Notes: Kirtland, Ohio, United States December 27, 1832March 27, 1836 by Joseph Smith15,000 sq ft (1,400 m2)Federal Georgian and New England ColonialOwned and operated by Community of Christ, Nauvoo, Illinois, US August 1840May 1, 1846 by Orson Hyde54,000 sq ft (5,000 m2)Greek revival - designed by William WeeksSome sources claim a private dedication on April 30, 1846 by Brigham Young. [85], Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States October 4, 2008September 18, 2016 by Henry B. Eyring[87]61,466 sq ft (5,710 m2) on a 1.6 acre (0.6 ha) siteAnnounced at the 178th Semiannual General Conference. [28] The temple was rededicated on Sunday, September 13, 2015.[29]. Printing Service. Los Angeles California Temple Los Angeles, California, United States 11 March 1956. Apia, Samoa July 2, 1980August 5, 1983 by Gordon B. Hinckley14,560 sq ft (1,353 m2) and 78 ft (24 m) high on a 2 acre (0.8 ha) siteClassic Modern, single spire - designed by Emil B. FetzerDestroyed by fire during renovations on July 9, 2003. Gray, Sunrise Manor, Nevada, United States April 7, 1984December 16, 1989 by Gordon B. Hinckley80,350 sq ft (7,465 m2) and 137 ft (42 m) high on a 10.3 acre (4.2 ha) siteModern, six-spire design - designed by Tate & Snyder Architects. Calgary, Alberta, Canada 4 October 200828 October 2012 by Thomas S. Monson29,050 sq ft (2,699 m2) and 115 ft (35 m) highAnnounced at the 178th Semiannual General Conference. MORE STATISTICS World Maps. Upon completion, temples are usually open to the public for a short period of time. [21] The LDS Church continues to list this as the 22nd operating temple, in accordance to its original dedication date. While both the church and the temple serve as place of worship for the LDS followers, a temple takes precedence over the church with its overall purpose. Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico 21 December 199528 April 2002 by Gordon B. Hinckley16,498 sq ft (1,533 m2) on a 7.78 acre (3.1 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Alvaro Inigo, Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil 3 April 199717 May 2002 by Gordon B. Hinckley49,100 sq ft (4,560 m2) on a 6.18 acre (2.5 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by JCL Arquitetos Ltd., and Church A&E Services, Asunción, Paraguay 2 April 200019 May 2002 by Gordon B. Hinckley3 November 2019 by D. Todd Christofferson10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 7 acre (2.8 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Eduardo Signorelli. Software Company [107], Pétionville, Haiti 5 April 20151 September 2019 by David A. Bednar10,042 sq ft (933 m2)Announced by Thomas S. Monson on 5 April 2015[109], Loures, Portugal 2 October 201015 September 2019 by Neil L. Andersen23,730 sq ft (2,205 m2)Announced by Thomas S. Monson in General Conference, 2 October 2010. Yukon, Oklahoma, United States March 14, 1999July 30, 2000 by James E. FaustMay 19, 2019 by Henry B. Eyring10,769 sq ft (1,000 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 1 acre (0.4 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Richard Lueb and Church A&E Services, Caracas, Venezuela 30 September 199520 August 2000 by Gordon B. Hinckley15,332 sq ft (1,424 m2) on a 0.5 acre (0.2 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Taller de Arquitectura and Church A&E Services, Spring, Texas, United States September 30, 1997August 26, 2000 by Gordon B. HinckleyApril 22, 2018 by M. Russell Ballard33,970 sq ft (3,156 m2) and 159 ft (48 m) high on a 11 acre (4.5 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Spencer Partnership Architects and Church A&E ServicesRededicated after repairing damage from Hurricane Harvey, Gardendale, Alabama, United States September 11, 1998September 3, 2000 by Gordon B. Hinckley10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 5.6 acre (2.3 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Robert Waldrip and Church A&E Services, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic November 16, 1993September 17, 2000 by Gordon B. Hinckley67,000 sq ft (6,200 m2) on a 6.42 acre (2.6 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Scott Partnership and Church A&E Services, Belmont, Massachusetts, United States September 30, 1995October 1, 2000 by Gordon B. Hinckley69,600 sq ft (6,470 m2) and 139 ft (42 m) high on a 8 acre (3.2 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Tsoi/Kobus & Associates and Church A&E Services, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil 13 January 199515 December 2000 by Gordon B. Hinckley37,200 sq ft (3,460 m2) on a 5.59 acre (2.3 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by J&P Arquitetos Ltd. and Church A&E Services, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil 30 September 199717 December 2000 by Gordon B. Hinckley10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 2 acre (0.8 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Andre Belo de Faria and Church A&E Services, Montevideo, Uruguay 2 November 199818 March 2001 by Gordon B. Hinckley10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 1.59 acre (0.6 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Edvardo Signorelli, Florence, Omaha, Nebraska, United States June 14, 1999April 22, 2001 by Gordon B. Hinckley16,000 sq ft (1,500 m2) and 86 ft (26 m) high on a 1.92 acre (0.8 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Dan Reinhardt, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico 14 April 199929 April 2001 by Gordon B. Hinckley10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 2.69 acre (1.1 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services, Stirling, Western Australia June 11, 1999May 20, 2001 by Gordon B. Hinckley10,700 sq ft (990 m2) and 71 ft (22 m) high on a 2.76 acre (1.1 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Christou Cassella & JEC, Richland, Washington, United States April 2, 2000November 18, 2001 by Gordon B. Hinckley16,880 sq ft (1,568 m2) on a 2.88 acre (1.2 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by A & E Services, Joseph E. Marty Architect, Snowflake, Arizona, United States April 2, 2000March 3, 2002 by Gordon B. Hinckley18,621 sq ft (1,730 m2) on a 7.5 acre (3 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Trest Polina. [66] The temple was formally dedicated on May 4, 2014. Langley, British Columbia, Canada 25 May 20062 May 2010 by Thomas S. Monson19,053 sq ft (1,770 m2) on a 11.77 acre (4.8 ha) siteOpen house was held in April and the dedication 2 May 2010. A Labor of Love by Justin Vorwaller. [4] Jun 28, 2015 - Temple...first temple I ever went in to do baptisms for the dead.. . Central, Arizona, United States April 26, 2008May 23, 2010 by Thomas S. Monson18,561 sq ft (1,724 m2) and 100 ft (30 m) high on a 17 acre (6.9 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire design - designed by Gregory B. LambrightAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on April 26, 2008. Of the 25 countries in the Africa Southeast Area, as of 1 January 2015, there were 39 Stakes. Saved by Shutterfly. [8] Abandoned in 1846, destroyed by fire on November 19, 1848, rebuilt in 2002 (see 113). Design was to be similar to Kirtland Temple. Previously ground had been broken on 9 June 2007 by Spencer V. Jones,[58] excavation was halted because of opposition from Tegucigalpa city officials and citizens, who felt the temple would overshadow and block the view of the Catholic Our Lady of Suyapa Basilica on adjacent land. Temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are buildings dedicated to be a House of the Lord, and they are considered by church members to be the most sacred structures on earth. Since the Mormons settled in Utah, they have continued building temples wherever there are sufficient members, and those in outlying areas are encouraged to attend the Mormon temple at least once in … [97], Catalina Foothills, Arizona, United States October 6, 2012August 13, 2017 by Dieter F. Uchtdorf[101]38,216 sq ft (3,550 m2) on a 7.4 acre (3 ha) siteAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on October 6, 2012[98][99][100], Unincorporated Ada County, Idaho, United States April 2, 2011November 19, 2017 by Dieter F. Uchtdorf65,960 sq ft (6,128 m2) on a 12.21 acre (4.9 ha) siteAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on April 2, 2011[102], Cedar City, Utah, United States April 6, 2013December 10, 2017 by Henry B. Eyring39,802 sq ft (3,698 m2) and 260.5 ft (79 m) high on a 8.51 acre (3.4 ha) siteAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on April 6, 2013[103], Concepción, Chile 3 October 200928 October 2018 by Russell M. Nelson23,000 sq ft (2,100 m2) and 124 ft (38 m) highAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson in General Conference, 3 October 2009. See more of LDS Young Men on Facebook. or. [63], Davie, Florida, United States October 3, 2009May 4, 2014 by Dieter F. Uchtdorf28,000 sq ft (2,600 m2) and 100 ft (30 m) high on a 16.82 acre (6.8 ha) siteClassic modern, single-spire designAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson in General Conference, October 3, 2009. Find out about the history, purposes, practices, open houses, and locations of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Location:Announced:Groundbreaking: Notes: Abidjan, Ivory Coast 5 April 20158 November 2018 by Neil L. AndersenAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on 5 April 2015[116]. [51] Ground was broken May 8, 2010 by Ronald A. Rasband during an invitation-only ceremony. Public Figure. In the 1980s, Spencer W. Kimball directed the church to build smaller temples with similar designs[3] allowing temples to be built where there were fewer members. Three2one Communications. New Podcast Explores Context, Events of the Restoration of the Priesthood. Lubumbashi Democratic Republic of the Congo, Hinckley announced the use of smaller standardized temples in 1997 (, Images of the different designs may be found. The construction and renovation of Latter-day Saint temples is determined by the Church's First Presidency. Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter and social accounts to receive updates from LDS Minds. Each temple blesses the lives of thousands of members. Check out our first temple selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our signs shops. Persecution drove the Saints West and the Nauvoo Temple would eventually be burned to the ground by anti-Mormon mobs in 1848. According to a Deseret News article about the Manhattan Temple. [67], Phoenix, Arizona, United States May 24, 2008November 16, 2014 by Thomas S. Monson58,000 sq ft (5,400 m2) on a 9 acre (3.6 ha) siteAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on May 24, 2008. This new temple of a similar design was built on the same site although it is substantially larger. Permanent numbering may change depending upon the date of dedication. LDS Families . Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 6 April 2013TBD[113]TBDAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on 6 April 2013[103], Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada April 2, 2011TBD[114]TBDAnnounced by Thomas S. Monson on April 2, 2011[115]. Harrison, New York, United States of America September 30, 199528,400 sq ft (2,640 m2)Originally named the White Plains New York Temple the temple was renamed to the Harrison New York Temple. [70] A public open house was held from 17 April-2 May 2015, excluding Sundays, and the temple was dedicated in three sessions on 17 May 2015. 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Temple Open House and Rededication Dates Postponed, Atlanta Georgia Temple set to close in July for renovation, LDS Church announcement about temple rededication, "Find an LDS Temple: Temple Locations from Around the World", "Public to Tour Renovated Temple in Nuku'alofa, Tonga", "Mexico City Temple Opens Its Doors to the Public", "Freiberg Germany Temple to Be Rededicated", "President Eyring Rededicates Suva Fiji Temple: Major cyclone doesn't discourage Latter-day Saints' participation", "Dedication and Open House Dates Announced for the Vancouver British Columbia Temple", "Rezoning Application No. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________, Dedication: April 6, 1877 by Daniel H. Wells, Rededication: November 11, 1975 by Spencer W. Kimball, Rededication: June 14, 1985 by Gordon B. Hinckley, Dedication: November 27, 1919 by Heber J. The Billings Montana Temple Credit: Intellectual Reserve, Inc. Lubumbashi Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple … Thus, temples were built in Europe (namely, Switzerland dedicated in 1955 and England dedicated in 1958); the Pacific Islands (namely, New Zealand dedicated in 1958); and Washington, D.C. (dedicated in 1974, the first American temple East of Utah since Nauvoo in 1846). [5] Between the brief building period from 1998 to 2001, 38 of these standardized temples were constructed and dedicated, meeting Hinckley's goal by having 102 dedicated temples before 2000 closed. First visit. Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil 23 May 200710 June 2012 by Dieter F. Uchtdorf[55]32,032 sq ft (2,976 m2) on a 7.7 acre (3.1 ha) siteThe temple will serve approximately 44,000 members. Laid out by Brigham Young (although no cornerstones were laid). Boise, Idaho, United States March 31, 1982May 25, 1984 by Gordon B. HinckleyNovember 18, 2012 by Thomas S. Monson35,868 sq ft (3,332 m2) and 112 ft (34 m) high on a 4.83 acre (2 ha) siteModern adaptation of six-spire design - designed by Church A&E ServicesThe rededication in 1987 was for an addition only. Never built because of 1838 Mormon War. [26] A public open house was held from Friday, 14 August 2015, through Saturday, 5 September 2015, excluding Sundays. Excavation work continues on the north side of the Salt Lake Temple prior to construction of new temple facilities in November 2020. [41][60][61] Temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are buildings dedicated to be a House of the Lord, and they are considered by church members to be the most sacred structures on earth. Owned and operated by the Community of Christ, formerly the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the house of worship was the first temple to be built by adherents of the Latter Day Saint movement. A public open house was held from January 18 to February 15, 2014. The Boise Idaho Temple was closed for additional renovations in July 2011 and rededicated in November 2012. The temple is then dedicated as a "House of the Lord," after which only members twelve years of age and older[1] who hold a current and valid temple recommend are permitted entrance; temples are not churches but are places of worship. المركز العربى للطباعة بدمياط. Not Now. Initially, the church constructed temples in areas where there were large concentrations of members: Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Hawaii (all in the USA), and Alberta (Canada). Mexico just became the first country in Latin America to have a YSA ward Lindsey Williams - Mexico is home to nearly 1.4 million members of the Church and there are 13 temples in the country.

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