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Hong Kong China Temple Closes for Renovation

The Hong Kong China Temple officially closes today to accommodate an extensive renovation. It was the first multipurpose temple building constructed by the Church, housing a temple, meetinghouse, family history center, mission office, and three apartments. Non-temple spaces are expected to be reclaimed for temple worship, as the Church in recent years has constructed a meetinghouse, housing facilities, mission office, and distribution center across the street.

Hong Kong China Temple to Undergo Renovation

The First Presidency has announced that the Hong Kong China Temple will close on July 8, 2019, for an extensive renovation. The temple was originally constructed in the 1990s as a multipurpose Church facility housing a temple, a meetinghouse, a family history center, a small mission office, and three apartments with elevators that go only to certain floors. The Church has since constructed a beautiful meetinghouse, housing facilities, mission office, and distribution center across the street, reclaiming many of the functions that were once housed in the temple.

First Stakes in Cambodia

The first stakes in Cambodia were organized on Sunday: the Phnom Penh Cambodia North Stake and Phnom Penh Cambodia South Stake. The stakes belong to the Hong Kong temple district, which covers over one third of the world's population. The 20th anniversary of the Church in Cambodia will be celebrated this Saturday.

Growth in Hong Kong China Temple District

India's first stake was organized today in Hyderabad under the Hong Kong China Temple District. Since the temple was dedicated in 1996, the temple district has experienced great growth including the maturation of two districts into stakes in Indonesia, the creation of a stake and two districts in Mongolia, seven new districts in Malaysia, five in China, five in Cambodia, four in India, and one each in Thailand and Sri Lanka. The first stake in Cambodia is expected in the coming months.
Hong Kong China Temple
48th dedicated temple in operation; closed for renovation
Hong Kong China Temple
48th dedicated temple in operation; closed for renovation
Hong Kong China Temple
48th dedicated temple in operation; closed for renovation