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.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, many completed Latter-day Saint temples are just sitting there awaiting rededication.
Pennsylvania’s second temple will fill a huge hole in the temple accessibility map.
The Deseret Peak Utah Temple isn’t particularly close to Deseret Peak.
Florida’s 3rd temple will serve the far-flung Saints of the Panhandle region.
We can be more open about the temple endowment than we realize.
While 2020 was a year of decline and contraction on many fronts, it was also the year with the second-most temple groundbreakings on record.
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The temples are the first to reopen for proxy ordinances since March 2020.
We’re accustomed to a statue of the Angel Moroni on our temples, but is that the norm? Why are newer temples going without the statue?
President Nelson announced six new temples at the close of General Conference
Chile gets its third temple, Argentina its fourth.
The Church will hold a groundbreaking for Zimbabwe’s first temple near the end of the year.
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.