Latter-day Saint temples continue to be built around the world as the gospel of Jesus Christ rolls forth. Here’s a quick look at temple news and updates from this last week.
Foundation For The Tallahassee Florida Temple
The foundation walls for the Tallahassee Florida Temple have been poured as progress on the temple becomes more visible.
Cladding The Brasilia Brazil Temple In Stone
The main body of the Brasilia Brazil Temple is now clad in white stone. Hardscaping of the temple grounds is well underway including parking areas, driveways, walkways, planters, and retaining walls.
Progress On The Feather River California Temple
Scaffolding remains in place as construction finishes on the steeple of the Feather River California Temple. Concrete has been poured for the entrance plaza and gate posts and lamp posts have been installed.
Inscription Stones Added to the San Juan Puerto Rico Temple
The inscription stones for the San Juan Puerto Rico Temple have been placed. Sitting above what will be the main entrance, the inscription reads “Santitad al Señor – La Casa del Señor.” (Holiness to the Lord – The House of The Lord.)
The San José Costa Rica Temple is reopening in Phase 2-B.
Tyler Nelson grew up in Brigham City, Utah. After serving a mission to Samara, Russia, he graduated from Utah Valley University with a degree in Creative Writing. Tyler is the author of several short stories, including first place in Warp and Weave at UVU. He lives in Provo with his drop-dead gorgeous wife and enjoys playing basketball, playing the banjo, studying history, and collecting Pokemon cards.