How many LDS temples in the world as of 2014?
As of September 2014, there are 143 temples operating, 15 under construction, and 12 announced.
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143 operating, 14 under construction, and 13 announced.
There are many LDS temples around the world. As of March 2013, the church has 139 temples in operation. Lists of temples can be found on the organization's official website as well as on other related websites such as Deseret News.
Two, in Portland and Medford.
As of Dec 2008, there are 129 Temples in operation, 9 temples under construction, and an additional 8 temples announced for construction in the near future. These figures give a grand total of 146 Temples that will be or are in operation in the near future.
As of August 2011, there will be 135 temples in use, 11 under construction, and 14 announced. Check out the "Related Link" below for an updated list.
As of January 2010, there are 130 temples in operation. 8 are under construction, and 14 are announced. The temples to be completed and opened this spring are Vancouver British Columbia, Gila Valley Arizona, and Cebu City Philippines. By July 2010, there will be 133 temples in operation.
One. The Salt Lake Temple is the only temple in Salt Lake City limits. Other temples nearby (within an hour's drive) are Draper, Mount Timpanogos, Provo, Jordan River, Oquirrh Mountain, Bountiful, and Ogden. Please note that an LDS Temple is not the same as an LDS church meetinghouse.
As of July 2016 there are 150 temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with one more (Sapporo, Japan) to be dedicated in coming weeks. Rather than list all 150 temples here, you can visit one of these websites to see a list of them: lds.org/church/temples/find-a-temple (official LDS site) ldschurchtemples.com/chronological/ (not an official site but very accurate and thorough)
The Kirtland, Nauvoo, St. George, Logan, and Manti temples were completed before the Salt Lake Temple, which was not dedicated until 1893.
There are currently (as of October 2009) 130 operating temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints worldwide, 8 under construction, and 13 announced. To learn more about temples or to see photographs and facts about each one, please visit: www.ldschurchtemples.com or www.lds.org/temples
Eight (8) temples do not have an angel Moroni. They are the St. George Utah, Logan Utah, Manti Utah, Laie Hawaii, Cardston Alberta, Mesa Arizona, Hamilton New Zealand, and Oakland California Temples.
As of April 2018 there are 149 operating, 10 closed for renovation, 11 under construction, and 19 announced and in planning phase.
The first LDS (Mormon) Temple was built in Kirtland, Ohio and dedicated on March 27, 1836. (LDS Church Chronology 1805-1914, page 12) The Second LDS (Mormon) temple was built at Nauvoo, Illinois and dedicated on April 30, 1846. The Third LDS (Mormon) temple was built in Utah at St. George and dedicated on April 6, 1877. (LDS Church Chronology 1814-1914). Today (May 2011) there are 134 temples in use around the world. Plus there are… Read More
Temples are where people can get away from the busy and sometimes sinful world and worship their god. In the LDS church we believe that temples are houses of God and you have to be worthy to enter. In a LDS temple there are baptism for the dead. This is where we baptize people, by proxy, who have already died and gone into heaven into our church. We also have weddings in our temples. As… Read More
As of 2015, there are seven temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) in California. They are Oakland, Sacramento, Fresno, San Diego, Los Angeles, Newport Beach, and Redlands. There are also several temples near the California border - Las Vegas, Reno, Tijuana, and Medford Oregon. Please note that a temple is different than a church meetinghouse. Temples are used only for sacred ceremonies, while meetinghouses are used… Read More
Mormon's (or The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints aka LDS) believe in the return of Prophets and Apostles to the latter days, that proclaim God's word to the people. The LDS Church does believe in the Bible (King James Version, unedited) but also has another book (The Book of Mormon) which has given the nickname to the church of "Mormons". The Book of Mormon testifies of Christ and his divinity and His… Read More
Gordon Jump converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the early 1960's, and apparently remained faithful throughout his life. He also acted in several LDS-sponsored films, including one that was used for many years in LDS temples.
As of this date (Feb. 10, 2014) there are 5 LDS Temples that start with the letter 'O'. Oakland, California, U.S.A. Oaxaca, Mexico Odgen, Utah, U.S.A. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.A. Oquirrh Mountain, Utah, U.S.A.
As of June 11, 2012, there are 138 temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) worldwide with an additional 14 under construction and 14 being planned. It is estimated that an additional three will be dedicated before the end of the year. Click the "Related Link" below to see a current list of the temples, including those under construction and in the planning phase.
There are currently (June 2015) seven temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Brazil. These are located in Manaus, Fortaleza, Recife, Campinas, Sao Paulo, Curitiba, and Porto Alegre. There is one temple being planned for Rio de Janeiro.
Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are currently (as of February 2010) located in: Nigeria Ghana South Africa Philippines (2 temples) Japan (3 temples) Korea Hong Kong Taiwan Switzerland Denmark Germany (2 temples) Netherlands Finland Ukraine England (2 temples) Italy Sweden Spain Australia (5 temples) Samoa New Zealand Tonga Tahiti Fiji Paraguay Columbia Argentina (2 temples) Brazil (7 temples) Venezuela Chile (2 temples) Ecuador Peru (2 temples) Uruguay Canada (8 temples)… Read More
There are currently (in 2010) 13 temples operating in Utah and 2 under construction. The temples in Utah are: St. George Logan Manti Salt Lake Ogden Provo Jordan River (in South Jordan) Bountiful Mount Timpanogos (in American Fork) Vernal Monticello Draper Oquirrh Mountain (In South Jordan) Those under construction are: Brigham City Payson
There are 65 operating temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the United States. 7 additional temples are under construction in the US. These are in Brigham City, Utah; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Gila Valley, Gilbert, and Phoenix, Arizona; Kansas City, Missouri; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. To see the locations and photographs of each temple or to learn about when the temples currently under construction will be open for public tours, visit… Read More
The Hanging Tree - 2014 was released on: USA: 7 February 2014 (LDS Film Festival)
There were two temples dedicated in 2006, the Sacramento California Temple and the Helsinki Finland Temple. The Rexburg Idaho, Twin Falls Idaho, Panama City Panama, Curitiba Brazil, Draper Utah, and Oquirrh Mountain Utah temples were under construction. Most modern temples take about 1 1/2 years to build from groundbreaking to completion.
I know of none that have been built in 2009 except for the Draper Utah temple. It was Dedicated by Thomas S. Monson in March of 2009. Forget what I said at the begining. The Oquirrh Mountain Temple in Utah has been built, and will be dedicated in August of 2009. There will be an open houe for it. You do not have to be a member of the LDS church to go to the… Read More
As of December 31, 2009 there were 2865 LDS Stakes.
LDS Church materials and worship services are offered in over 100 languages worldwide. In the Salt Lake Valley, the LDS Church currently (2014) offers services in English, American Sign Language, Spanish, Portuguese, Tongan, Samoan, Chinese, Swahili, Marshallese, Laotian, Thai, Japanese, Cambodian, Korean, Russian, and German.
Most Church meetinghouses owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" or "LDS" church) have a spire or steeple. Not only do spires or steeples help others recognize the building as a religious building, they also hold symbolism. Steeples and spires point to heaven and represent that the Church is pointing people to heaven, or directing their attention to heaven. On LDS Temples, sometimes there is more than one spire, and… Read More
LDS scriptures with a white cover are typically only found in LDS temples. They are produced by the Church but are not available to the general public or church membership through LDS Distribution. Cover colors available to the public are black, blue, green, and burgundy. You might try asking at the nearest temple if you can get a copy of their white scriptures when they are worn out and being replaced, you might be able… Read More
That's a fairly common name, there are 16 million Mormons and 150-ish temples, so it's difficult to respond accurately.
As of June 2012, there are three Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) in Arizona, with another two under construction. The three that are currently open are: Mesa Arizona Temple (101 South LeSueur Street, Mesa, Arizona) Snowflake Arizona Temple (1875 West Canyon Drive, Snowflake, Arizona) Gila Valley Arizona Temple (5291 West Highway 70, Central, Arizona) The two that are currently under construction are: Gilbert Arizona Temple (SE corner… Read More
Why do Mormons hoard the tithing paid by its members and build extravagant temples and buildings and own lakes and resorts and not give real aid to people in poverty and great need?
Short answer: they don't. LDS Charities is the one of the largest religious aid organizations in the world, and donates far more than any organization you can name. Search out any major disaster and you'll see the LDS charity organizations as one of the first, and often the most prominent, relief organizations there. The Mormon church not only does not own any "lakes" or "resorts," but spends 100% of its income each year on maintenance… Read More
There are seven temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) in California. They are located in Fresno, Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Oakland, Redlands, Sacramento, and San Diego. Please note that a temple is different from a meetinghouse. Meetinghouses are where weekly Sunday worship services are held. There are over 400 Mormon meetinghouses in California. Check out the "Related Links" to see a map of the temples in California. (You… Read More
No. Putting an Angel Moroni on each temple was not a common practice until the 1970's. Since then, many temples have had an Angel Moroni statue added, but a few have not. Those without a Moroni statue are: St. George Utah Logan Utah Manti Utah Laie Hawaii Cardston Alberta Mesa Arizona Hamilton New Zealand Oakland California
LDS Temples currently under construction (February 2011) are: Brigham City, Utah Calgary, Alberta, Canada Cordoba, Argentina Gilbert, Arizona Kansas City, Missouri Manaus, Brazil Quetzaltenago, Guatemala Rome, Italy San Salvador, El Salvador Tegucigalpa, Honduras LDS Temples that have been announced but construction has not yet begun are: Concepcion, Chile Fortaleza, Brazil Fort Lauderdale, Florida Hartford, Connecticut Indianapolis, Indiana Lisbon, Portugal Payson, Utah Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pheonix, Arizona Sapporo, Japan Tijuana, Mexico Trujillo, Peru Urdaneta, Philippines Temples that… Read More
As of October 2010, Utah has the most LDS temples with 15. California follows with 7. Arizona has 5, and Idaho and Texas each have 4. Please note that a Temple is different than a Church or Meetinghouse, which hold regular congregation worship services. The states with the most congregations/church buildings are the same: Utah has the most (approximately 4,400 congregations), followed by California (approximately 1,250 congregations), Idaho (1,000 congregations), Arizona (720 congregations), and Texas… Read More
In 2010, there were over 60,000 LDS missionaries world wide.
As of October 2010, there are 75 LDS temples operating or under construction in the United States. Of those 75, the following are located in the actual city limits of a state capitol: Salt Lake City, Utah Phoenix, Arizona (under construction) Boise, Idaho Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bismarck, North Dakota Columbus, Ohio These are located in the metropolitain area of a state capitol, but not within the actual city limits: Sacramento, California (in Rancho Cordova) Denver… Read More
According to an official church web site: Eight (8) temples do not have an angel Moroni. They are the St. George Utah, Logan Utah, Manti Utah, Laie Hawaii, Cardston Alberta, Mesa Arizona, Hamilton New Zealand, and Oakland California Temples. http://www.ldschurchtemples.com/articles/facts/
about 14 million
As of Feburary 2013 there are 14 operating temples and 2 under construction in the state of Utah. They are: St. George Logan Manti Vernal Monticello Brigham City Ogden (not open-under renovation) Bountiful Salt Lake Jordan River (in South Jordan) Oquirrh Mountain (in South Jordan) Draper Mount Timpanogos (in American Fork) Provo Provo City Center (under construction) Payson (under construction)
Yes it is allowed. Each member makes their own choice of who they do and do not date. The reason why many LDS singles choose to date only other members of the LDS church is because they wish to date someone who lives by the same righteous standards they do. They date members who, if they fall in love, they can be married to in an LDS temple for time and all eternity. Only LDS… Read More
Mormon Temples don't provide regular church services. Those are held in regular church meetinghouses. Temples are reserved for more sacred ordinances such as sealings, which can be marriages, or children getting sealed to parents, etc. The object of everything done in a temple is to join families together and bring us all closer to God.
To meet the needs of a growing and diverse membership, the Church has evolved its approach to temple construction and design over the years. This brief article examines the major design phases of latter-day temple construction.
I don't know why you asked that question. "LDS" means "Latter Day Saints" and refers to anyone who is a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, or LDS church. That is pretty self explanatory. So the LDS were ALWAYS allowed in the LDS church because the LDS church is made up of only LDS people. Duh.
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Not all cultural halls are the same size, the size of the cultural hall is based on the size or 'phase' of the building. The current floor plans used in the US and Canada by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have the following cultural hall sizes: Modular: No Cultural Hall, chapel space can be multipurpose/banquet as needed (seats 40-90) Independence 50: No Cultural Hall, chapel space can be multipurpose/banquet as needed (seats… Read More
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) does not generally reveal the cost to construct it's temples. However, given the materials used and the square footage, it was easily tens of millions of dollars. According to the Salt Lake County Assessor, the Draper LDS Temple (building and land) were assessed at $27.5 million for the 2015 tax season. Other LDS temples in the area were assessed at: Jordan River… Read More
The FLDS (Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) split from the LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) when the LDS church banned the practice of polygamy over 100 years ago. There are many huge difference between the two religions today. The FLDS has several thousand members, mostly all in the western United States and Canada. The LDS has over 14 million members all over the world. The FLDS generally live in… Read More