Temple open houses are usually a big deal. In Beijing-controlled Hong Kong? Not so much.
New temples will dot the globe, including a second temple in Spain.
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.
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.
Finally, COVID isn’t the culprit.
A four-year project just got significantly longer.
One temple to rule them all.
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.
Two years later is both a great band AND how long this temple had to wait to have its open house.
He only needed a handful to break President Hinckley’s record, and he’s blown past it in less than four years.
After a massive 20 new temples announced in April, where on earth could the next batch go?
California’s ninth temple has more distinguishing architecture than most of its cousins.
So… that’s a cross on a temple.
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.
We used to build temples next to meetinghouses. Now we’re building them in their place.
Idaho, New Mexico, and Colorado never had it so good.
Now Temple Square will have exactly zero visitors centers.
The first temples in the Pacific nations might also embrace new modular construction methods.
The Church appears to have big ideas about future temple construction.
Brazil’s 11th temple is a stunner.
Mere weeks after being announced in General Conference, Montana’s second temple has a rendering and a home.
Florida’s third temple moves one step closer to reality.
There’s now a chance Minverva Teichert’s beautiful murals in the Manti Temple will be preserved for future generations to enjoy.
Two of the Church’s more historic temples are about to get a little less historic.