RACE, RELIGION + SOCIAL JUSTICE
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announces the construction of 18 new temples
Oct 2, 2022, 4:11 PM | Updated: 4:17 pm
(The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
SALT LAKE CITY — President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced the construction of 18 new temples.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints plans to build temples in various locations across the globe.
Below is a list of the announced upcoming temples:
- Busan, Korea
- Naga, Philippines
- Santiago, Philippines
- Eket, Nigeria
- Chiclayo, Peru
- Buenos Aires City Center, Argentina
- Londrina, Brazil
- Riberão Prêto, Brazil
- Huehuetenango, Guatemala
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Prosper, Texas
- Lone Mountain, Nevada
- Tacoma, Washington
- Cuernavaca, Mexico
- Pachuca, Mexico
- Toluca, Mexico
- Tula, Mexico
President Nelson made this announcement Sunday in the final session of the October 2022 General Conference.
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 groundbreaking date for Heber Valley Utah Temple
- Church announces updates on temples in Puerto Rico and Sweden
- Washington D.C. Temple to be rededicated by President Nelson on Aug. 14
- Fire at Orem Temple site believed to be arson, ATF offers reward
- Sandy Police are investigating the vandalism of six church buildings
We want to hear from you.
Have a story idea or tip? Send it to the KSL NewsRadio team here.
Today’s Top Stories
- D2 gets to the bottom of the impending arrest of former President Trump
- Death penalty off the table for Lori Vallow Daybell
- BYU announces new president
- Utah Rivers Council selling discounted rain barrels as effort toward water conservation
- Semi hits car on I-15 in Kaysville, one person taken to hospital
- Bicyclist hit, killed by FrontRunner train in Salt Lake City
- Cox signs bill requiring lethality assessments in Utah domestic violence cases
- 16-year-old dead, 2 other teens injured in fatal crash in Juab County
- Snow causing roofs to collapse across the state, expert offers helpful tips
- Somebody wants the Bible removed from Davis County school libraries