New temples will dot the globe, including a second temple in Spain.
Author: Geoff Openshaw
We’re not back at pre-pandemic levels, but it’s getting there.
Construction on California’s ninth temple will kick off this summer, as well as temples in Idaho and Utah.
Another feather in the cap for West Africa.
Remove thy mask. Bring thy group.
The statement does not specify the actual conflict or the actors involved.
The last temple to reopen during COVID has closed because of Russian aggression.
Area Presidencies have been directed to do something they’ve been doing all along.
Four goals—most yet to be fleshed out—will turn the Tabernacle Choir into a global force.
A “general” Saturday Evening session lasted all of one conference.
Finally, COVID isn’t the culprit.
Why hello, sousaphone.
A four-year project just got significantly longer.
Facebook? What Facebook?
Farewell, alleged cloud and pillar of fire. Hello, anonymous modernism.
It’s not Docusign, but your leader will soon issue you a temple recommend via a computer.
The Church makes another pro-vaccine gesture.
Two years later is both a great band AND how long this temple had to wait to have its open house.
It’s quick, but it’s there! We’ll either love being mentioned or groan at the implication.
After a massive 20 new temples announced in April, where on earth could the next batch go?
The mask guidance is only temporary, pursuant to COVID conditions improving. The Church also has a long history of encouraging vaccination.
California’s ninth temple has more distinguishing architecture than most of its cousins.
The latest statement by the First Presidency minces few words about the importance of vaccination in the fight against COVID-19.
Long live the ward activities committee.
The DC area landmark will finally have its public open house and dedication, long delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
California’s 9th temple has a home.
Bishops and other leaders are now more restricted on whom they can marry and where.
Idaho, New Mexico, and Colorado never had it so good.
The Church announces a major partnership with the NAACP, no more Saturday evening General Conference, and David Archuleta identifies as LGBTQ.
The sacred Hill Cumorah will be renovated and reforested in a decades-long project.
Now Temple Square will have exactly zero visitors centers.
The first temples in the Pacific nations might also embrace new modular construction methods.