Chronological List of Temples
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints currently has 168 temples in operation around the world.
During the Sunday afternoon session of the 188th Annual General Conference of the Church, President Russell M. Nelson announced that seven new temples will be built in the following locations: Salta, Argentina; Bengaluru, India; Managua Nicaragua; Cagayan de Oro, Philippines; Layton, Utah; Richmond, Virginia; and a major city yet to be determined in Russia.
During the Sunday afternoon session of the 189th Annual General Conference of the Church, President Russell M. Nelson announced that eight new temples will be built in the following locations: Pago Pago, American Samoa; Okinawa City, Okinawa; Neiafu, Tonga; Tooele Valley, Utah; Moses Lake, Washington; San Pedro Sula, Honduras; Antofagasta, Chile; and Budapest, Hungary.
During the women’s session of the 189th Semiannual General Conference of the Church, President Russell M. Nelson announced that eight new temples will be built in the following locations: Freetown, Sierra Leone; Orem, Utah; Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea; Bentonville, Arkansas; Bacolod, Phillippines; McAllen, Texas; Cobán, Guatemala; and Taylorsville, Utah.
During the Sunday afternoon session of the 190th Annual General Conference of the Church, President Russell M. Nelson announced that eight new temples will be built in the following locations: Bahia Blanca, Argentina; Tallahassee, Florida; Lubumbashi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Benin City, Nigeria; Syracuse, Utah; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and Shanghai, People's Republic of China.
There are currently 12 temples under construction and 45 temples that have been announced (not yet under construction). The following temples are currently undergoing renovations: Tokyo Japan Temple, Washington D.C. Temple, Mesa Arizona Temple, Hamilton New Zealand Temple, Salt Lake Temple, St. George Utah Temple, and the Hong Kong China Temple.
The following is a list of all LDS Temples either completed, under construction or announced. The numbering for those under construction or announced is not fixed and is subject to change according to the order of dedication. See also Geographical List of Temples.
|Temples of the Restoration||Dedication Date||Dedicated By|
|Kirtland Temple*||27 March 1836||Joseph Smith|
|Nauvoo Temple**||1 May 1846||Orson Hyde|
- * No longer owned by the Church
- ** Destroyed by fire; rebuilt in 2002, see No. 113
|Temples Under Construction||Groundbreaking Date||Presiding|
|169||Winnipeg Manitoba Temple||3 December 2016||Larry Y. Wilson|
|170||Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple||4 March 2017||Claudio R. M. Costa|
|171||Abidjan Cote d’Ivoire Temple||8 November 2018||Neil L. Andersen|
|172||Urdaneta Philippines Temple||16 January 2019||Jeffrey R. Holland|
|173||Bangkok Thailand Temple||26 January 2019||Robert C. Gay|
|174||Pocatello Idaho Temple||16 March 2019||Wilford W. Andersen|
|175||San Juan Puerto Rico Temple||4 May 2019||Walter F. González|
|176||Praia Cabo Verde Temple||4 May 2019||Paul V. Johnson|
|177||Yigo Guam Temple||4 May 2019||Yoon Hwan Choi|
|178||Quito Ecuador Temple||11 May 2019||Enrique R. Falabella|
|179||Lima Peru Los Olivos Temple||8 June 2019||Enrique R. Falabella|
|180||Belém Brazil Temple||17 August 2019||Marcos A. Aidukaitis|
- Mormon Temples
- Official LDS Temples site
- Unofficial LDS Temples site
- Wikipedia - List of LDS Temples
- Inside Mormon Temples
- Mormon Temples
- The Temple Endowment
- Mormon Undergarments
- LDS Weddings