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.
Open House and Dedication Announced for the Yigo Guam Temple
A public open house for the Yigo Guam Temple will run from Wednesday, May 4 through Saturday, May 14, 2022. The temple will be dedicated on Sunday, May 22, in three sessions by Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. More information about the temple can be found here.
Progress On The Orem Utah Temple
Construction continues on the Orem Utah Temple as the first level is clad in white stone. Plastic sheeting has been put up to cover the window openings on the second and third floors and work has begun on attaching hanging brackets to the second level.
Okinawa Japan Temple Keeps Rising
The steeple walls of the Okinawa Japan Temple begin to take shape as the temple keeps rising higher. The rising steeple has eclipsed the height of the adjacent meetinghouse and will eventually be topped with a metal spire.
Structural Work On The Tallahassee Florida Temple
Steel columns are rising out of the ground at the Tallahassee Florida Temple site, giving the first semblances of the shape of the temple. Heavy framing will continue over the next several weeks on the foundation walls.
There are no new temple updates this week.
After serving a mission to Samara, Russia, Tyler graduated from Utah Valley University with a degree in Creative Writing. Tyler is the author of Away From The Sun, a short collection of his written works, is the host of the Mission Report podcast, and runs the To Be Determined… blog. He lives in Provo with his drop-dead gorgeous wife, enjoys playing basketball, playing the banjo, studying history, and collecting Pokemon cards.