IDAHO FALLS IDAHO TEMPLE
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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Cupola Frame Installed on the Cobán Guatemala Temple
The steel frame for the cupola and lantern of the Cobán Guatemala Temple has been secured to the steeple body. On the exterior walls, the concrete sealer is being coated in a white primer. Structural framing for the patron housing facility has been completed while framing continues on the new meetinghouse.
Montpelier Idaho Temple Site Location Announced
A news release from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has confirmed the presumed location for the Montpelier Idaho Temple. The two-story building of approximately 27,000 square feet will stand on a 2.6-acre site at the intersection of Washington Street and North Sixth Street in Montpelier. Plans for the temple were announced at last month's general conference by President Russell M. Nelson.
Installing Stained Glass in the Brasília Brazil Temple
Intricately patterned panels of stained glass are being installed in the window frames of the Brasília Brazil Temple. The reflection pool on the front has been tiled, and the monument sign is in place. Numerous royal palms have been planted while irrigation lines are being laid in the garden spaces. A wide variety of flowering plants and bushes are finding their new home on the beautiful grounds.
The McAllen Texas Temple: A Reminder of the Light of Life
The beautiful light emanating from the McAllen Texas Temple at night is a reminder of the light of life promised by Jesus Christ. "Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life," (John 8:12). While landscaping of the temple grounds makes progress, interior crews continue their finish work on the temple and meetinghouse.