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.
Farmington New Mexico Temple Rendering Released
The official rendering for the Farmington New Mexico Temple has been released. The temple will be constructed at the intersection of College Boulevard and Windsor Drive and across from San Juan College.
Ephraim Utah Temple Location Announced
The location of the Ephraim Utah Temple has been announced. The temple will be built at the intersection of 200 North and 400 East in Ephraim, Utah. The temple will be three stories and approximately 39,000 square feet.
Concrete Panels Placed On 1st Level Of The Red Cliffs Utah Temple
Concrete panels have been put in place around the 1st level of the Red Cliffs Utah Temple. Interior framing and ductwork continue, with parking curbing to be poured soon.
Upper Walls Of The Alabang Philippines Temple
The Alabang Philippines Temple rises a little taller as construction begins on the upper walls.
Excavation For The Coban Guatemala Temple
Excavation work continues for the Coban Guatemala Temple and the patron facility that will sit next to it.
This week, the Church announced the Manila Philippines Temple is reopening in Phase 2-B. The Winnipeg Manitoba Temple will reopen in Phase 3 after its dedication on October 31, 2021. The Pocatello Idaho Temple will reopen in Phase 3 after its dedication on November 7, 2021. You can see the full list of temple statuses around the world here.
Tyler Nelson was born and raised in Brigham City, Utah. He served a mission in Russia and is currently set to graduate this December from Utah Valley University with a degree in English. Tyler is the author of several short stories and is currently the host of the Mission Report podcast. He lives in Provo with his drop-dead gorgeous wife and enjoys playing basketball, studying history, and collecting Pokemon cards.