Temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Medford Oregon Temple

79th dedicated temple in operation

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Medford Oregon Temple

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3900 Grant Road
Central Point, Oregon  97502
United States
Telephone:  (+1) 541-664-2050


NO clothing rental available
NO cafeteria food served
NO patron housing available
NO distribution center nearby (Store Locator)


15 March 1999

Groundbreaking and Site Dedication: 

20 May 1999 by D. Lee Tobler

Public Open House: 

24–31 March 2000


16 April 2000 by James E. Faust


2 acres

Exterior Finish: 

Gray granite quarried from Mount Airy, North Carolina

Architectural Features: 

Single attached spire with an angel Moroni statue

Ordinance Rooms: 

Two ordinance rooms (two-stage progressive) and two sealing

Total Floor Area: 

10,700 square feet

Temple Facts

The Medford Oregon Temple was the second temple built in Oregon.

Groundbreaking Ceremony

"This new temple is now another ensign to the restoration of the gospel," Elder D. Lee Tobler of the Seventy and first counselor in the North America Northwest Area presidency, said in remarks during the groundbreaking services of the Medford Oregon Temple. "It is an ensign not only for you, but it is an ensign for your neighbors. It is an ensign for all." Elder Tobler said that the temple will not be built for just the members of today but also for the those of tomorrow and the families of yesteryears (Church News, 29 May 1999).