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July 21, 2017

PHOTO ESSAY

When President Boyd K. Packer presided over the groundbreaking of the Brigham City Temple two years ago, he said, “I can see in my mind’s eye a temple sitting here in about two year’s time. It will be gorgeous. It will be white. You will see in the design of it reflections of previous temples that have been built, particularly the Salt Lake Temple. It will be a beacon from all over the valley.”

As this native son of Brigham City said, the remarkably stunning temple was dedicated here on Sunday, September 23 and as “all things of great worth, it was built upon more than a foundation of concrete.” Decades of fervent discipleship brought it here.

In these photos you will see the temple as only the eye of a sensitive photographer can capture it with plays of light and weather—and just as important, you’ll see the faces of the faithful who find in it their personal beacon and invitation home to the Lord.