Architectural details of the Philadelphia Temple



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Video showing some of the architectural details of the new Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple.

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Salt Lake City Temple Square * Salt Lake City Temple * Temple Square Video * LDS Temple Utah



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The location for the temple was first marked by Mormon prophet Brigham Young, the second president of the church, on July 28, 1847, just four days after arriving in the Salt Lake Valley. The temple site was dedicated on February 14, 1853 by Heber C. Kimball. Groundbreaking ceremonies were presided over by Young, who laid the cornerstone on April 6 of that year.[13] The architect was Truman O. Angell, and the temple is said to feature both Gothic and Romanesque elements.[14]

Sandstone was originally used for the foundation. During the Utah War, the foundation was buried and the lot made to look like a plowed field to prevent unwanted attention from federal troops. After tensions had eased in 1858 and work on the temple resumed, it was discovered that many of the foundation stones had cracked, making them unsuitable for use. Although not all of the sandstone was replaced, the inadequate sandstone was replaced. The walls are quartz monzonite (which has the appearance of granite) from Little Cottonwood Canyon, located twenty miles (32 km) southeast of the temple site. Oxen transported the quarried rock initially, but as the Transcontinental Railroad neared completion in 1869 the remaining stones were carried by rail at a much faster rate.[13]

The capstone—the granite sphere that holds the statue of the Angel Moroni—was laid on April 6, 1892, by means of an electric motor and switch operated by Wilford Woodruff, the church’s fourth president, thus completing work on the temple’s exterior. The Angel Moroni statue, standing 12.5 feet (3.8 m) tall, was placed on top of the capstone later the same day.[15] At the capstone ceremony it was proposed by Woodruff that the interior of the building be finished within one year, thus allowing the temple to be dedicated forty years to the day of its commencement. John R. Winder was instrumental in overseeing the completion of the interior on schedule; he would serve as a member of the temple presidency until his death in 1910. Woodruff dedicated the temple on April 6, 1893, exactly forty years after the cornerstone was laid

Meridian Idaho Temple Tour



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Latter-day Saints in Idaho are ready to welcome visitors to the Meridian Idaho Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The temple will be dedicated on November 19, 2017.

Kansas City Missouri Temple



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Video tour of the interior of the Kansas City Missouri Temple.

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Phoenix Arizona Temple



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Video tour of the interior of the Phoenix Arizona Temple.

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TUCSON ARIZONA TEMPLE OPEN HOUSE – THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS



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We drove down to Tucson, Arizona to see the new Mormon temple. When a new temple is built, the LDS church will have an open house where the public can take a free tour inside the temple. We got some great footage outside the temple, but we weren’t allowed to film inside the temple.

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Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple



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Video tour of the interior of the Philadelphia Pennsylvanian temple.

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Church Dedicates Gilbert Arizona Mormon Temple



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The Church’s 142nd temple and Arizona’s fourth was dedicated and presided over by Thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday, 2 March 2014. His first counselor, President Henry B. Eyring in the First Presidency, also offered the temple dedicatory prayer in two of the sessions.

Indianapolis Indiana Temple



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Video tour of the interior of the Indianapolis Indiana Temple.

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Tucson Arizona Temple Cultural Celebration



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On Saturday evening, thousands attended a cultural celebration as some 2,100 young Latter-day Saints presented the history of the Church in Arizona through song and dance at the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. The theme, “The Time Is Now,” encourages the youth to make a positive difference in their family. Each youth submitted an “I Will” statement, an individual commitment of how they will improve their lives because of the new temple.

Hidden camera footage of a Mormon temple prayer circle [Gilbert Arizona Temple: June 29, 2016]



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This is a typical Mormon temple prayer circle that was recorded with a hidden camera inside the Gilbert Arizona Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on June 29, 2016.

I almost joined the prayer circle when the officiator asked for more participants but another man got up at the same time so I sat back down. I was the only male participant in the room who wasn’t standing in the prayer circle.

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Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple in 4k



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The new Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormon Church, was dedicated on September 18, 2016. Subscribe and visit for more!

This temple is a true architectural wonder and blends in perfectly with the surrounding historical city. The good people of the Philadelphia area are blessed to have this temple in their midst.

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