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Attending the Nauvoo Temple, Know before you go

One of the most memorable experiences for my family was the opportunity to go to the Nauvoo Temple. They all said there is nothing like this building in the whole world. There is such a special feeling inside with everything connected to the Nauvoo Time period, it was a very special experience for everyone. It […]

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Seattle Washington Temple

The Seattle Washington Temple is the 19th Latter-Day Saint Temple in operation. The groundbreaking was done on May 27, 1978 by Marion G. Romney and was dedicated by Spencer W. Kimball on November 17-21 1980. The Seattle Washington Temple is the first temple built in the Pacific Northwest. In the 1960s a group of Stake […]

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Portland Oregon Temple

The groundbreaking of the Portland Oregon Temple was on September 20, 1986 by Gordon B. Hinckley. The dedication of the Temple was on August 19-21 1989 also by Gordon B. Hinckley. The Portland Oregon Temple is the 42nd Latter-Day Saints Temple in operation and it is the first Temple built in Oregon. The land for […]

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Denver Colorado Temple

Before the Denver Colorado Temple was announced, aDenver-area stake started a temple fund years before. They gathered enough donations to meet its assessment for the construction of the temple ahead of time. The Denver Colorado Temple ground breaking was done by Gordon B. Hinckley on May 19, 1984. The Denver Colorado Temple was dedicated by […]

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Stockholm Sweden Temple(Closed for Renovations)

The Stockholm Sweden Temple changed the Latter-Day work in Europe. When the Sweden Temple was built it put pressure on the Communist government in Germany to allow the Saints behind the Iron Curtain to receive their Temple sealings and blessings. The Eastern German Government did not allow the Saints to leave East German Saints to […]

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Freiburg Germany Temple

The Freiburg Germany is the third temple built in Europe and the first temple in Germany. Built in East Germany the Freiburg Germany Temple, was built under a communist government, behind the Iron Curtain. The Freiburg Temple is the 33rd dedicated Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Struggling to get the […]

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Richmond Virginia Temple

The Richmond Virginia Temple is the 177th dedicated Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and the first temple built in Virginia. The Richmond Virginia Temple site was dedicated by only eight people, during the Covid pandemic on April 11, 2020. Days earlier the Governor of Virginia mandated for no groups, larger […]

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Angels Ministering, Cardston Alberta Temple

There are countless stories of Angels ministering to people inside the temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Temples are like a bridge to the other world. A common theme to the stories of Angels are how the experiences are not loud, but are soft, quiet experiences. These experiences remind us of […]

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Cardston Alberta Temple

The Cardston Alberta Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, is the first temple built in Canada. It was announced in June 27, 1913. The site was dedicated by Joseph F. Smith and the Temple was dedicated by Heber J. Grant. The Cardston Alberta Temple had been rededicated twice since once in […]

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Newport Beach Temple Facts

The Newport Beach Temple is the 122 dedicated temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It is the sixth temple built in California, the fourth in Southern California, and the second in the Los Angeles area, the first is the Los Angeles Temple. The Newport Beach temple was announced the same day […]

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