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.
Sacred Inscription Added To The St. George Utah Temple
An inscription declaring Holiness to the Lord – The House of the Lord – Constructed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – 1871, has been inscribed on the east side of the St. George Utah Temple.
Structural Walls and Floors Poured for the Okinawa Japan Temple
A cement truck pours the concrete for the structural floors and walls of the Okinawa Japan Temple.
Painting the Exterior of the San Juan Puerto Rico Temple
Workers labor to paint the exterior of the San Juan Puerto Rico Temple as work continues on the interior.
Crane Installed And Site Leveled For The Salvador Brazil Temple
The site for the Salvador Brazil Temple has been brought down to street level in preparation for further construction. A crane has also been installed as work on the footings and foundations continues.
New Door Installed at the Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple
A newly constructed door on the east side of the Mount Timpanogos Utah temple connects dressing rooms to an outdoor plaza that is under construction. Newly sealed couples will be able to exit the door and greet family and friends on the plaza.
The Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple is transitioning to Phase 3.