Our semiannual tradition of predicting new temples continues. Will your favorite make the list?
The fifth temple in Texas and the first in Arkansas are a go.
Now you don’t have to wait to attend a temple to be able to ask for blessings for your loved ones.
Utah’s march toward temple domination continues, with two new groundbreakings and one new rendering.
Honduras’ second temple is a much smaller-scale effort compared to its first, and that’s OK.
Utah’s 24th temple will be underway in September.
COVID takes another victim. The Washington DC Temple will not likely be rededicated in 2020.
The first temple in the Tooele Valley will boast some stunning interior work.
Tooele, you know your fate.
New temple announcements knocked the doors off of a, uh, empty conference room. Amazing announcements!
There will be no commencement ceremony for BYU grads, Women’s Conference is off, and more temples have shut their doors in response to coronavirus.
Closed for over two years, the Washington DC Temple will reopen its doors to the public this fall.
Modified temple ceremonial clothing will be easier to obtain, use, and care for.
India’s first temple is daring in design and purpose.
Utah just keeps going and going and going…
Cambodia’s first temple is a stunner.
Dixie is two-thirds of the way to a hat trick.
Orem, the pesky upstart to more noble Provo, finally gets its own temple.
Serving as a witness to sacred ordinances is no longer a privilege restricted to men.
The temple — the eighth in California — will be moderate in size and situated near central Yuba City, California.
This one is a stunner.
Utah’s march toward temple dominance per capita continues.
Expect New Temples and Announcements at October 2019 General Conference, says President Russell M. Nelson
President Russell M. Nelson confirmed new temples and other announcements, but what could those announcements be?