The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced that the groundbreaking for the Praia Cabo VerdeTemple will be held May 4, 2019. Elder Paul V. Johnson, president of the Europe Area for the Church, will preside.
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The scriptures show that from dispensation to dispensation, and from time to time, God and his appointed prophets and apostles have adjusted the practices of God’s house to bless His children and guide them lovingly in the path of righteousness. Watch this video to learn how the Lord has changed temple ordinances throughout the scriptures.
The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced groundbreaking dates in 2019 for two temples — Pocatello Idaho (March 16) and Guam (May 4).
The new Rome Temple is part of a 15-acre complex that includes, among other things, an exquisite visitors center where artist Joseph Brickey was tasked with the daunting assignment to paint his own little piece of eternity in the form of mural, 20 feet high and nearly 50 feet wide, to accompany the Christus statue. Come read why this project was both deeply personal for him and sends an important message to those that get to experience it.
The St. George Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will close later this year for a major renovation. The temple will close November 4, 2019, as crews begin extensive structural, mechanical, electrical, finish and plumbing work. The renovation is expected to be completed in 2022.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints broke ground for its first temple in Thailand Saturday, January 26, 2019. Elder Robert C. Gay of the Presidency of the Seventy presided and, along with Church and local community leaders, participated in the ceremony with 700 members from the Church. Many others joined via broadcast in Church meetinghouses throughout the country.