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President Monson Rededicates the Ogden Utah Temple

The Ogden Utah Temple was rededicated yesterday morning by President Thomas S. Monson. The day before the rededication, two cultural celebrations with more than 16,000 youth were held at the Dee Events Center. Area Saints are grateful to have the temple back in operation.

Monday, September 22, 2014

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Deputy Mayor Visits Rome Italy Temple Site
Saturday, September 20, 2014
On September 18, the Deputy Mayor of Rome, Luigi Nieri, toured the construction site of the Rome Italy Temple. He praised the Church for the work being accomplished and promised to return for the open house. News Release (translated)

Dirt Conveyer Transports Topsoil to Payson Temple
Friday, September 19, 2014
Quick work is being made of delivery of a dark topsoil to the flowerbed surfaces at the Payson Utah Temple using a conveyer belt system. Work started at the southeast corner of the building and will continue around the remainder of the grounds.

Excavation for Meridian Temple
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Excavation activities are well underway for the Meridian Idaho Temple and meetinghouse. Footings for the foundations will soon be poured.

Utility Work at the Sapporo Japan Temple
Monday, September 15, 2014
A large crane is lifting construction materials into the rising exterior walls of the Sapporo Japan Temple as workers make initial utility runs. A mock-up stands near the temple that displays the exterior façades for the various buildings on site.

Fountain Testing at the Payson Utah Temple
Friday, September 12, 2014
At the beginning of this week, the first water test of the fountain on the east side of the Payson Utah Temple was successfully initiated. The site plan shows water features on both the east (front entrance) and west sides of the building.

Scaffolding Removed from Córdoba Temple Tower
Friday, September 12, 2014
Since placing the gold-leafed figure of the angel Moroni atop the tower of the Córdoba Argentina Temple last month, the scaffolding has now been removed from the tower, giving a nearly finished look to the exterior. The temple is expected to open its doors sometime next year.

Chain-Link Fence Removal at Phoenix Temple
Thursday, September 11, 2014
The green tarp and chain-link barrier that has surrounded the Phoenix Arizona Temple since construction began three years ago is finally coming down, giving passers-by an unobstructed view of the beautifully landscaped grounds.

Provo City Center Temple Parking Garage
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Little work remains until the Provo City Center Temple parking garage has been fully covered and completed. A driveway entrance will soon be poured on the south side, complementing an entrance on the west side by the post office.

Fasting and Praying for Progress in Italy
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Members of the Rome Italy East Stake dedicated their fast this month to the construction progress of the Rome Italy Temple and to the workers' ability to build to the standards required by the Church. Little has changed on the exterior for several months, but work continues slowly inside.

Construction Progress at the Indianapolis Indiana Temple
Monday, September 8, 2014
Several boom lifts are on site at the Indianapolis Indiana Temple as attachment of the exterior stonework nears completion. The large stone panel that will be installed over the entrance columns will bear the inscription Holiness to the Lord—The House of the Lord.

Clearing Meridian Temple Site
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Just two days after the closing amen at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Meridian Idaho Temple, heavy equipment was on site clearing trees and rough grading.

Natural Stone Going in Payson Utah Temple
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Numerous boxes sit outside the Payson Utah Temple holding beautiful natural stone, like marble, for the interior trim and accents being installed inside the building. On the outside, work continues on the fence, sprinkler system, and landscaping.

Public Open House Ends Saturday for Ogden Temple
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
The final opportunity to tour the renovated Ogden Utah Temple and Ogden Tabernacle will be this Saturday, September 6, which will conclude a five-week public open house. Free reservations for the final days are available online.

Pouring Exterior Walls for the Sapporo Japan Temple
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Peering through the trees that line the campus of Hokusei Gakuen University, the rising exterior walls of the Sapporo Japan Temple can be seen as a mix of concrete, forms, and rebar. Construction can also be viewed from nearby Rainbow Bridge.

Tijuana Mexico Temple Fence
Sunday, August 31, 2014
A decorative wrought-iron fence has been installed around the Tijuana Mexico Temple site, featuring beautiful detailing consistent with the design motif of the temple.

Elder Andersen Visits Temple Sites in Peru
Sunday, August 31, 2014
During a recent tour of the country of Peru, Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve visited the sites of both the Trujillo Peru Temple, which is currently under construction, and the Arequipa Peru Temple where construction has not yet begun.

More Fence Panels Installed at Payson Utah Temple
Friday, August 29, 2014
Construction workers at the Payson Utah Temple continue to make progress on the installation of a long decorative fence that will surround the perimeter of the property. Sprinkler lines are visible around the grounds where vegetation is planned.

Steeple Framework Installed Atop the Hartford Connecticut Temple
Thursday, August 28, 2014
The Hartford Connecticut Temple received an important addition this week with the installation of the steel framework for the steeple that sits over the east entrance. Following the tradition of New England architecture, the temple will feature many classical elements including Ionic columns supporting a pediment, square lattice windows, and a frieze bearing the inscription Holiness to the Lord—The House of the Lord.

Structural Steel Framing Nearing Completion in Fort Collins
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
A truck-mounted crane stationed at the Fort Collins Colorado Temple site continues to lift beams and columns, making quick work of the structural steel framing for the temple, which will feature pitched roof lines projecting from a central tower. Fort Collins is located about 65 miles north of Denver.

"As a result of the sacred ordinances performed in the holy house of God, no light need be permanently extinguished, no voice permanently stilled, no place in our heart permanently left vacant."
—Thomas S. Monson

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