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Updates for new temples in England, Nevada, Texas, and Washington

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released the artistic renderings for houses of the Lord in England, Nevada, and Texas. A site location for the Vancouver Washington Temple has also been released.

Birmingham England Temple 

The artistic rendering for the Birmingham England Temple has been published. This house of the Lord was announced by President Russell M. Nelson during the closing session of general conference in April 2022. … 

The Birmingham England Temple rendering.
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Lone Mountain Nevada Temple

An artistic rendering of the Lone Mountain Nevada Temple has been released.

The site location was released in December 2022. This house of the Lord will be constructed on a 19.8-acre site located southwest of Hickman Avenue, between North Grand Canyon Drive and Tee Pee Lane in Las Vegas, Nevada. Plans call for a three-story temple of approximately 87,000 square feet. … 

The Lone Mountain Nevada Temple rendering.
Intellectual Reserve, Inc.

McKinney Texas Temple

The First Presidency has released the artistic rendering for the McKinney Texas Temple.

This house of the Lord was originally announced in October 2022 by President Nelson. A site location was published in December 2023. … 

The McKinney Texas Temple rendering.
Intellectual Reserve, Inc.

Vancouver Washington Temple

The First Presidency has released the location of the Vancouver Washington Temple. This house of the Lord was first announced in October 2023 by President Nelson.

This temple will be built on a 15.11-acre site located at the Northwest corner of SE 20th Street and SE Bybee Road intersection, Vancouver (Camas), Washington. Plans call for a multistory temple of approximately 43,000 square feet. This will be the city’s first temple. … 

The site location for the new Vancouver Washington Temple.
Intellectual Reserve, Inc.

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