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Official Rendering Unveiled for the Richmond Virginia Temple

Eight renderings of the interior and exterior of the Richmond Virginia Temple were on display tonight at an open house held for Church members, neighbors, and journalists interested in the temple project. Just before the open house, local leaders had an opportunity to be briefed by Church representatives and to ask questions. The design of the temple draws inspiration from early American architecture and traditions. A groundbreaking ceremony is expected to take place in the second or third quarter of 2020.

Preliminary Plans Submitted for Richmond Virginia Temple

On March 22, 2019, preliminary plans for the Richmond Virginia Temple were submitted to Henrico County. The plans propose a two-story, 36,200-square-foot temple with a large steeple capped with an angel Moroni statue, an adjoining 16,200-square-foot meetinghouse, a maintenance building, extensive landscaping, and a total of 240 parking spaces.
Richmond Virginia Temple
Official renderings released on August 28, 2019
Richmond Virginia Temple
Official renderings released on August 28, 2019