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Idaho Falls Temple
First Idaho Mormon Temple
First temple of the LDS Church designed around a central towering spire. The Idaho Falls Idaho Temple features beautiful hand-painted murals on the walls of its progressive-style ordinance rooms: Creation Room, Garden Room, World Room, Terrestrial Room (no murals), and Celestial Room.
Besides being the first temple completed in Idaho and the 8th Operating Temple of the church, it was the only temple dedicated by LDS Church President George Albert Smith. This is the only Mormon Temple with a Visitors Center open daily to the public.
Wheat Motif Artwork
A major local landmark the Rexburg Mormon Temple sits on a hillside overlooking the Upper Snake River Valley where it is visible for miles along the Highway 20 corridor.
A wheat motif, created by Utah artist Tom Holdman, is used throughout the Rexburg Idaho Temple including most of the 700 art-glass windowpanes. The wheat stalk symbolizes the widespread agricultural industry in the area.
Boise Mormon Temple Six-Spired Temple
This building of all white granite (imported from China) and large sloping roof is a prominent local landmark overlooking the Interstate 84.
The Boise Temple is the first six spire temple built by the LDS Church since completion of the Washington and Salt Lake Temples. This design, created to maximize efficiency, was adapted for 14 other temples built between 1984 and 1989.
Twin Falls Idaho Temple
Syringa Flower Motif
Twin Falls Mormon Temple sits on a 9 acre site just south of the Snake River Canyon and just five miles from the Shoshone Falls on the beautiful site of the former Candleridge Golf Course.
The temple exterior feature a quartz rock finish, stained glass windows, and several waterfall features. Multiple Syringa Flower motifs (state flower of Idaho) and local landscape murals are a distinguishing highlight of this temple.
Meridian Idaho Temple
Announced Apr 2011
In May 2013, the first official renderings and site plan were released to the public. The design is a departure from the traditional towers and steeples of other Latter-day Saint temples, reminiscent of the Cardston and Hawaii Temples—the first to be designed without a tower. The multi-level temple will be topped with a beautiful gold dome-like structure supporting a gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni.
Spokane Mormon Temple
This temple was the fourth completed of the smaller sized temples announced by President Hinckley in the late 1990s. This temple serves members in eastern Washington and parts of northern Idaho and western Montana. The 10,700 square foot building features an all granite exterior.
Nearly one decade after its initial dedication, this temple received a new angel Moroni statue. However, when placed atop the temple spire, it was positioned facing west, with the same orientation as the temple proper.
Brigham City Mormon Temple [Sep 2012]
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently dedicated a new temple in Brigham City Utah. The Brigham City Utah Temple is the fourteenth temple built in Utah and the first built in Box Elder County. The Brigham City Utah Temple District covers the same region as the original Box Elder Stake. It features the distinctive gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni atop the main temple spire.
Logan Mormon Temple
With an architectural style resembling a early European castle, this Mormon temple was built over a seven year period (1877-1884) by and all volunteer labor force for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is the second oldest temple of the church in continuous operation and has a commanding view of the surrounding Cache Valley.
Idaho: History, Facts and Trivia
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Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. - Aldous Huxley (1894 - 1963), "Proper Studies", 1927