17 Latter-day Saint Temples Re-Opened for Phase 1

17 Latter-day Saint Temples Reopened for Phase 1

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has opened 17 more temples as part of their ongoing effort to reopen temples around the world. All opened temples are currently at Phase 1 of the reopening. This means live sealings can be performed between members who have already received their own temple endowments. See the full list of Phase 1 temples below. The 17 temples announced are italicized.

  • Atlanta Georgia Temple
  • Billings Montana Temple
  • Birmingham Alabama Temple
  • Bismarck North Dakota Temple
  • Boise Idaho Temple
  • Bountiful Utah Temple
  • Brigham City Utah Temple
  • Cedar City Utah Temple
  • Copenhagen Denmark Temple
  • Frankfurt Germany Temple
  • Frieberg Germany Temple
  • Gilbert Arizona Temple
  • Idaho Falls Idaho Temple
  • Jordan River Utah Temple
  • Logan Utah Temple
  • Manti Utah Temple
  • Memphis Tennessee Temple
  • Monticello Utah Temple
  • Nashville Tennessee Temple
  • Ogden Utah Temple
  • Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple
  • Payson Utah Temple
  • Phoenix Arizona Temple
  • Provo City Center Utah Temple
  • Provo Utah Temple
  • Seoul Korea Temple
  • Snowflake Arizona Temple
  • Star Valley Wyoming Temple
  • Stockholm Sweden Temple
  • Taipei Taiwan Temple
  • The Gila Valley Arizona Temple
  • Tucson Arizona Temple
  • Twin Falls Idaho Temple
  • Winter Quarters Nebraska Temple

You can learn more about the different phases of reopening for temples here.

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