Jordan River Utah Temple
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Recent News Stories
- March 29, 2016 - Holding onto memories of the Jordan River Temple
September 1, 2016
Jordan River Utah Temple Stained GlassRenovation continues on the Church's 20th operating temple in South Jordan. Workers are focused on restoration of the stained glass. The nearby Draper Utah Temple begins its partial closure today as condensation issues are addressed.
August 6, 2016
Jordan River Temple ScaffoldingScaffolding has gone up over the windows of the Jordan River Utah Temple as renovation proceeds. Construction is expected to continue for another year or so.
June 5, 2016
Jordan River Utah Temple Spire Lights ExtinguishedIt is an odd sight for residents of South Salt Lake Valley to see the familiar nighttime lighting of the Jordan River Utah Temple spire turned off as renovation activities proceed on the 35-year-old building. Patrons are attending other temples in the valley during the two-year closure.
February 25, 2016
Jordan River GatesThe southeast gate at the Jordan River Utah Temple has now closed to the public. The Distribution Center remains open but must be accessed via the west gate off Redwood.
February 14, 2016
Jordan River Utah Temple Closed for RenovationThe Jordan River Utah Temple has now closed for renovation, which will continue into the latter part of next year. The project includes seismic upgrades and remodeling of the Celestial Room, bride's room, initiatory areas, and baptistry.
January 31, 2016
Jordan River Utah Temple Preparing to Close for Renovation in Two WeeksConstruction trailers from Westland Construction are already arriving at the Jordan River Utah Temple, which is scheduled to close for an extensive renovation of the interior in two weeks. The temple was dedicated 35 years ago in 1981. During the renovation, the temple will be upgraded, reinforced, and beautified—following the conventions of newly constructed temples including the addition of a separate entrance for the baptistry.
August 7, 2015
Jordan River Utah Temple to Undergo RenovationThe First Presidency has announced the closure of the Jordan River Utah Temple in the Salt Lake Valley. The temple will be closed from February 15, 2016 through the latter part of 2017 to undergo extensive renovation. Following the renovation, the temple will be rededicated.