Church releases exterior renderings for redesigned Provo Utah Temple

Below is the exterior rendering of the Provo Utah Temple unveiled by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Nov. 24, 2021. President Russell M. Nelson introduced at the Oct 2021 General Meeting that the Provo Utah Temple would be reconstructed, adhering to the completion of the Orem Utah Temple. (Church Newsroom)

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-working day Saints has released exterior renderings for the redesigned Provo Utah Temple and the Smithfield Utah Temple.

Whether or not under building, underneath renovation or in procedure, Utah has 28 temples declared.

President Russell M. Nelson introduced at the October 2021 Normal Conference that the Provo Utah Temple would be reconstructed, adhering to the completion of the Orem Utah Temple. The Provo Temple locale will keep on being the same, but the exterior will be redesigned. Closure dates have not been declared.

On top of that, the Smithfield Utah Temple introduced at the April 2021 Standard Meeting will be built on 13.3 acres at the intersection of North 800 West and West 100 North. This temple will be 3 tales and 81,000 sq. toes.

This is the exterior rendering of the Smithfield Utah Temple. The temple was introduced through April 2021 Basic Convention. (Church Newsroom)

The other temples that have been announced in Utah involve Ephraim, Heber Valley, Layton, Lindon, Orem, St. George (Crimson Cliffs), Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, Taylorsville and Tooele (Deseret Peak).

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