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HOLINESS TO THE LORD
THE HOUSE OF THE LORD
"There is a difference in just attending the temple and having a rich spiritual experience. The real blessings of the temple come as we enhance our temple experience. To do so, we must feel a spirit of reverence for the temple and a spirit of worship."
—L. Lionel Kendrick
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Paving the Road in Front of the St. George Utah Temple
The road located east of the St. George Utah Temple, 300 East, is being paved with new asphalt and a wide concrete path that connects the temple grounds to the meetinghouse across the street where temple or visitors' center patrons may wish to park. Concrete has also been poured around the monument sign, creating a garden space and small plaza with safety bollards outside the gated entrance to the grounds.
Location and Rendering Revealed for the Greater Guatemala City Guatemala Temple
The temple announced for greater Guatemala City, Guatemala, will be constructed on the 1.5-acre site where the Roosevelt Ward meetinghouse stands at the intersection of 13 Calle and 5A Avenida in Guatemala City. Plans call for a two-story temple of approximately 30,000 square feet. The temple will be the fourth for Guatemala, joining the Guatemala City Guatemala Temple, the Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple, and the Cobán Guatemala Temple (currently under construction). No groundbreaking date has been scheduled yet.
Location Announced for the Torreón Mexico Temple
The Torreón Mexico Temple will be built in the western suburb of Gómez Palacio on a 0.89-acre site where a meetinghouse stands at the corner of Paris and Amsterdam. The single-story temple will be approximately 10,000 square feet. The temple will be one of sixteen that are dedicated, under construction, or announced for the country of Mexico. No groundbreaking date has been announced.
Rendering for the Cali Colombia Temple Publicly Released
On September 23, 2021, the official exterior rendering was released for the Cali Colombia Temple. It will be built on a 3.14-acre site in the La Flora neighborhood of Cali, Colombia. The single-story, 9,500-square-foot temple will be the third for the nation of Colombia, joining the Bogotá Colombia Temple and Barranquilla Colombia Temple. No date for the groundbreaking event has been announced.