RACE, RELIGION + SOCIAL JUSTICE
Church announces groundbreaking date for Heber Valley Utah Temple
Sep 19, 2022, 6:30 PM | Updated: Jan 4, 2023, 2:45 pm
(2022 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.)
SALT LAKE CITY — The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Monday the groundbreaking date for the Heber Valley Utah Temple.
Ground will be broken on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022. Elder Kevin R. Duncan, executive director of the Temple Department, will preside at the event.
According to a church news release, the temple will be built on 17.9 acres of land. It will be located southeast of 1400 E. Center Street.
The Heber Valley, Utah Temple
It will be a three-story structure and roughly 88,000 square feet. Attendance to the groundbreaking ceremony will be by invitation only.
The Heber Valley Utah Temple is one of 28 temples in Utah that are either in operation, under construction/renovation or have been announced.
The Heber Valley Utah Temple was first announced in October 2021 by church President Russell M. Nelson.
Location of the Teton River, Idaho Temple
Additionally, the First Presidency also announced the site of the Teton River Idaho Temple on Monday.
According to a news release, the temple will be built near 2nd E. 2000 North in Rexburg, Idaho on 16.6 acres of land. This temple is planned to be a three-story structure and roughly 130,000 square feet.
This temple was also announced in October 2021 by President Nelson. It will be the second temple in Rexburg.
The Teton River Idaho Temple will be the ninth temple in the Gem State.
Bonneville International Corporation, the company that owns KSL NewsRadio, is a subsidiary of Deseret Management Corporation, which is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- Church announces updates on temples in Puerto Rico and Sweden
- Church announces names of 2 future temples; another temple rededicated
We want to hear from you.
Have a story idea or tip? Send it to the KSL NewsRadio team here.
Today’s Top Stories
- Pride-wrapped UTA bus pulled from downtown Pride Parade
- Two people killed in road rage crash near Eagle Mountain are identified
- Utah will loan first-time homebuyers $20,000 for new homes
- Kouri Richins family satisfied with partial gag order issued in case, says spokesman
- Boats returning to the Great Salt Lake Marina
- Man urges pet owners to be cautious around rivers after Oliver the dog was swept away
- Gov. Cox says he’s willing to call a special session to change Utah special election law
- Boppy Newborn Lounger pillow blamed in more infant deaths
- Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Weber, Box Elder, Davis, Tooele counties
- Multiple leads being followed up on after motorcyclist shot at passenger car, victim is stable