The Payson Utah Temple dedication is just over two weeks away! Whether you are planning on attending the dedication or simply want to celebrate the spirit of the temple, these items are a must have.
1. Commemorative Payson Temple Pendant Necklace
Remember the Payson Utah Temple dedication with this exclusive pendant. On the front is a beautifully designed image of the Payson Utah Temple with the words “I Love To See the Temple.” On the back is the dedication date and the name of the temple. It is perfect for youth groups, new temple workers, or anyone enjoying the arrival of the Payson Temple!
2. Payson Temple Tie Clip
This special tie clip, created just for the Payson Temple dedication, is sure to be loved for years to come as you remember and reflect on this joyous occasion. Expertly engraved, our Payson Utah Temple Tie Clip is simple in design and appropriate for missionaries, temple workers, and grooms.
3. Silk Screened Handkerchiefs
Celebrate the dedication of the newest LDS temple with a handkerchief. Made of 100% cotton, these handkerchiefs have the outline of the new temple silk screened on the corner. Never worry about embroidery unstitching or getting dirty!
4. Payson Utah Temple Sketch
The Payson Utah Temple is one of a series of detailed pencil drawings and paintings created by artist Chad S. Hawkins. In 1989, at the age of seventeen, Chad started this unique temple series, becoming the original LDS artist to involve hidden spiritual images in his artwork. Before drawing each temple, Chad researches its history, construction, and beautiful surroundings. He then returns to his studio to draw the temple by referring to his notes, sketches, and photographs.
5. Payson Temple Ornament
This beautiful ornament has an antique silver finish a stunning 3D relief of the Payson Temple on the front. It is approximately 3″ around and includes a silver finish ribbon. It makes the perfect gift for Christmas, endowments, or weddings!
6. Utah Temples Passport
Perfect for all ages, this Utah Temples Passport Tour Guide is a fun way to track the temples you visit! The Passport Tour Guide gives little-known facts and insights about each of the Utah temples, providing a unique look at the sacrifice and dedication that went into the building of each temple. As you tour each temple, you can place a special sticker on each page to commemorate the treasured memories you will make. Experience the Utah temples with a whole new perspective! — Now includes 4 new temples: Brigham City, Payson, Provo City Center, and the Ogden design update.
7. Payson Temple Cube
This beautiful laser engraved crystal cube makes for a perfect wedding or anniversary gifts. Together with a lighted rotating base, these 3D pieces of art make for a great decoration on a table or shelf.
8. Square Payson Temple Cuff Links
These beautiful cufflinks are the perfect addition to your Sunday suit. Each cufflink features the outline of the Payson Temple and is a great way to commemorate the dedication of the beautiful new temple. They are also available in a round design.
9. Payson Temple Pin in Gold Finish
These beautiful temple pins are perfect for your missionary, parents or grandparents serving in a temple mission, or to display the temple that you were sealed in for time and eternity. Perfect for tie pins, lapel for men’s suits or for women’s blouses – these detailed temple pins are the perfect accessory for every Latter-day Saint. Also available in silver finish.
10. American Temples by Scott Jarvie
With artistic vision, beloved LDS photographer Scott Jarvie has captured stunning photographs of each LDS temple in the United States in American Temples. Not only does each temple come with information on the announcement, ground breaking, and dedication dates, but personal stories from those who call each temple theirs. Don’t miss out our limited supply of American Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a Faith in America project.
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing and product manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and loves baking, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.