Our semiannual tradition of predicting new temples continues. Will your favorite make the list?
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Just how many temples will President Nelson announce during General Conference? Join us for our beloved temple predictions!
What will a new Church president and a new year bring? More temples? We hope so. See how our predictions match up with yours.
Once more we play our dangerous game. In the April 2017 General Conference we crushed it on temple predictions. Will we repeat?
Every General Conference, we wait with bated breath for new temple announcements, but which areas, if any, will receive new temples this year?!
What will this year’s General Conference bring in terms of temple announcments? Here are our Top 10 predicted temples. What are yours?
Where will new Mormon Temples be announced during the October 2016 Semiannual General Conference? Come play the game with us.
Tooele, you know your fate.
New temple announcements knocked the doors off of a, uh, empty conference room. Amazing announcements!
India’s first temple is daring in design and purpose.
Orem, the pesky upstart to more noble Provo, finally gets its own temple.
This one is a stunner.
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?
The announcement brings the total number of temples to 209 and calls into question whether the history in Utah’s pioneer temples will be preserved.
Another smaller temple, albeit with some distinctions, the Praia Cape Verde Temple will be the first in the island African nation.
Finally, the land of Idaho State University and the only Costco in eastern Idaho will receive a temple.
President Russell M. Nelson Announces 12 New Latter-day Saints Temples
Like a snowflake in a blizzard of African temples.
Mormon Church Announces New Temples in Argentina, India, Nicaragua, the Philippines, Utah, Virginia, and Russia
The announcement of seven new temples drew gasps from those in attendance in the Conference Center.
With the announcement of Lima, Peru’s second LDS temple, we may see urban areas around the world getting multiple temples, signifying a new era of temples.