Perfection is goal for Mormon temple

About 40,000 visitors have come to the Gilbert Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple site at Pecos and Greenfield roads since a visitor center was set up inside a trailer in fall 2011.

Most have the same question: When will the temple open?

The answer from temple service missionaries Wayne and Pat Miller: We don’t know.

“The final product and the quality are more important than the time line,” project manager Bret Woods said. “It’s a very elaborate process and there’s a lot of detail that’s involved. It has to be perfect.”

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