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Church Releases First Photos Inside the Newly Renovated Jordan River Temple

“Everything about the temple and the renovations of temples is to make certain that the experience the patron has is the best experience possible,” Bishop Dean M. Davies, first counselor in the Presiding Bishopric, told Mormon Newsroom. “They can come into the temple; it's clean and it’s organized and it’s sacred and spiritual.”

A six-week open house for the temple will begin March 17, 2018, and continue through April 28, 2018. Learn more about the open house and temple design here.

The bride's room in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The bride's room in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

Design details in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

Design details in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The baptistry in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The baptistry in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The baptistry staircase in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The baptistry staircase in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

Artistic glass in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

Artistic glass in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The entry in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The entry in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

A sealing room in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

A sealing room in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The chapel in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The chapel in the Jordan River Utah Temple.

The Jordan River Utah Temple at night.

The Jordan River Utah Temple at night.
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