Month: March 2016

Temple News & Updates – Week of March 20 | LDS Daily

Temple News & Updates – Week of March 20 | LDS Daily

Here at LDSDaily.com, we know that members of the church sure love temples. However, I would only hear about the status of a temple when it was announced,  during the groundbreaking ceremony, the open house, the placement of the Angel Moroni, and the dedication. However, there is so much more going on with these sacred buildings that we …

Source: Temple News & Updates – Week of March 20 | LDS Daily

Dedication Dates Announced For Star Valley and Hartford Temples | LDS Daily

Dedication Dates Announced For Star Valley and Hartford Temples | LDS Daily

News Release from Mormon Newsroom The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the open house, cultural celebration and dedication dates for the Star Valley Wyoming and Hartford Connecticut Temples. Star Valley Wyoming Temple The free public open house for the Star Valley Wyoming Temple will begin Friday, September …

Source: Dedication Dates Announced For Star Valley and Hartford Temples | LDS Daily

20 Little-Known Facts About The Provo City Center Temple | LDS Daily

Brother and Sister Jay and Sylvia Newitt were called as Construction Service missionaries for the Provo City Center temple. They have shared their experiences throughout the entire process with several church groups over the past few months.  Below are 20 facts gleaned from a fireside they gave earlier this month in Provo. The original construction on …

Source: 20 Little-Known Facts About The Provo City Center Temple | LDS Daily

The Must Read Story About The Statue In Front Of The Provo Temple

The Must Read Story About The Statue In Front Of The Provo Temple

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The same sculpture can be seen at several temples and Church sites.  Here it is visible at the Seattle Temple on a rainy night in January 2016.  Photo Copyright by quick e-Imaging for Temples and Testimonies.

Source: The Must Read Story About The Statue In Front Of The Provo Temple