Argentina Missionary Training Center Closing in July
A news release from Church headquarters has announced that Argentina's missionary training center, located next to the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple, will be closing in July 2019. Plans for future use of the facility will be determined in coordination with local leaders. Missionaries who would have attended this center will receiving training at centers in Mexico or Brazil.
Buenos Aires Argentina Temple Rededicated
President Henry B. Eyring of the First Presidency rededicated the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple today, following an extensive renovation project that included the addition of two new wings, new art glass throughout, and redesigned landscaping and gardens.
Public Invited to Tour Buenos Aires Argentina Temple
Open house tours for the renovated Buenos Aires Argentina Temple begin this Saturday, August 4, and continue through Saturday, August 25 (excluding Sundays). All are welcome to experience the peace and tranquility of this House of the Lord.
President Eyring to Rededicate Buenos Aires Argentina Temple
President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency, will preside over the Cultural Celebration and three rededicatory sessions for the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple on September 8 and 9, 2012. Accompanying him will be Elder M. Russell Ballard and Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve.
Rededication Announced for Buenos Aires Argentina Temple
The public is invited to tour the renovated Buenos Aires Argentina Temple during an open house held Saturday, August 4, through Saturday, August 25, 2012, excluding Sundays. The temple will be formally rededicated on Sunday, September 9, 2012, in three sessions.
Angel Moroni Heralds Anew in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The renovation of the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple reached an important milestone on Monday with the raising of a new angel Moroni statue atop the highest spire. The temple is undergoing a major overhaul and expansion project and is expected to reopen next year.
Renovation in Buenos Aires
Having retained only the spires and shell of the original building, the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple will be like a brand new structure when renovation has concluded next year. The temple features two new wings, new exterior stone, new art glass windows, a grand entrance plaza, and completely redesigned and redressed interior.
Expanding Temple in Buenos Aires
Work advances at the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple where the main water feature has been poured, the exterior walls completed, and the roofing put in place.
Buenos Aires Argentina Temple Progress
At the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple, a new fence has been installed and the exterior framework for the new wings have been erected.
Framing for New Wings Added to Buenos Aires Temple
Expansion at the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple is underway where framing for two new wings is rising. The wings will flank a beautiful entrance plaza with a central water feature. The interior of the temple will be completely remodeled.
Buenos Aires Temple Continues To Be Dismantled
Gaping holes in the front façade of the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple are evidence of continued demolition work. The arches that once decorated the exterior will presumably be replaced with stained glass and an updated design to match the new wings.
Major Expansion Project Underway at Buenos Aires Temple
In November 2009, the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple closed for a major expansion and renovation project that is expected to last for 18 months. Demolition work is underway including landscaping and exterior stone removal and the creation of new openings through the rear walls.
New Wings Planned for Buenos Aires Argentina Temple
The Buenos Aires Argentina Temple closed on November 1, 2009, for approximately 18 months for an expansion and complete remodel of the interior. Two new wings will be added to the rear of the temple, which mirror the design of the main building and will be anchored by a water feature.
Buenos Aires Temple To Be Renovated and Rededicated
On November 1, 2009, the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple will close for approximately 18 months for remodeling and renovation. Upon completion, the temple will be rededicated. During the closure, members of the temple district will be received at the temples in Uruguay and Paraguay.