Draper Utah Temple
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Recent News Stories
- November 23, 2016 - In their grief, ward's youth attend temple to honor friend who perished in car accident
- September 1, 2016 - Draper LDS temple begins partial closure
- August 2, 2016 - Partial closure set for Draper LDS Temple repairs
September 19, 2016
Window Repairs Underway at the Draper Utah TempleScaffolding can be seen around the tower of the Draper Utah Temple as subcontractors address condensation issues that have developed with the art glass windows. The temple is currently open on Fridays and Saturdays only, leaving the remainder of the week for repair work.
August 2, 2016
Modified Schedule Announced for Draper Utah Temple During Maintenance and RepairsFrom September 1 through November 15, the Draper Utah Temple will be opened on Fridays and Saturdays only (its busiest days) while maintenance work is carried out and condensation issues with the windows are repaired.
May 30, 2009
Salt Lake Valley Youth Celebrate Two New TemplesOn the evenings of May 29 and 30, youth of the temple districts of the recently dedicated Draper Utah Temple and soon-to-be-dedicated Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple put on inspiring cultural programs in the Conference Center to celebrate the dedication of Salt Lake Valley's two new temples.
March 17, 2009
Draper Utah Temple DedicationPresident Thomas S. Monson will preside over the dedicatory services for the Draper Utah Temple this weekend. The temple recently concluded its successful public open house period where 684,721 visitors toured the interior of the edifice—making it one of the most widely attended temple open houses in the Church.
"We know that Elijah did return—at least twice—after Malachi's promise. At Christ's transfiguration, Elijah appeared on the mount to Peter, James, and John. At the Kirtland Temple, April 3, 1836, Elijah appeared to the Prophet and Oliver Cowdery and said, 'The keys of this dispensation are committed into your hands.'"
—Russell M. Nelson
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