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Baptistry Walls Poured in Germany
Significant progress has been made in the Frankfurt Germany Temple baptistry font relocation project this week. The concrete walls were poured, leaving its former location free for other needs. The temple is expected to reopen next year.
Bishop W. Christopher Waddell Visits Peru
Last month Bishop W. Christopher Waddell visited the Arequipa Peru Temple site. Photographs of him at the site show shuttering and rebar work for the foundation of the temple.
Brickwork Completed in DRC
Brick layers have finished cladding the exterior of the Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple. The walls will be plastered white as construction progresses. Crews continue to add purlins to the roof trusses and to strengthen the connecting places.
Waterproofing Progress in South Africa
Black waterproofing is being applied to the exterior of the Durban South Africa Temple this week. Inside, the basement floor has been poured. Brickwork has begun at the missionary housing and the top floor ring has been poured.
Commemorative Book Underway for KCMO Temple
As part of the 5th anniversary of the Kansas City Missouri Temple, organizers are asking for stories, pictures, artwork, and other submissions. The submission deadline is 1 August 2017. More information can be found here.
Dedication Date Approaching in Arizona
The Tucson Arizona Temple stands ready for dedication on 13 August 2017. Beautiful photos show the temple illuminated at night, standing as an oasis in the middle of the desert.
Groundbreaking Announced for Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple
On Saturday 28 October 2017 Elder Walter F. González of the Seventy and the president of the Caribbean Area will preside at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple. The event will be transmitted to meetinghouses within the temple district.
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