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SALT LAKE City — Renderings for the Provo Utah and Smithfield Utah temples have been produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-working day Saints.
Provo Utah Temple
All through the 191st Semiannual General Meeting in October, Church President Russell M. Nelson introduced the Provo Utah Temple will be reconstructed when the Orem Utah Temple is done.
Crews broke floor on the Orem Utah Temple very last September.
Church officers claimed closure dates for the Provo Utah Temple will be introduced at a afterwards time.
The Provo Utah Temple was introduced on Aug. 14, 1967, and dedicated on Feb. 9, 1972.
Smithfield Utah Temple
The Smithfield Utah Temple was declared in April 2021 and Church officials claimed the 3-tale, 81,000-square-foot temple will be made on a 13.3-acre internet site at the intersection of 800 West and 100 North.
Locations For Smithfield, Two Other Temples Declared
Utah has 28 temples introduced, below development, below renovation or in operation. In addition to the temple in Smithfield, temples have been declared or are underneath development in Ephraim, Heber Valley, Layton, Lindon, Orem, St. George (Crimson Cliffs), Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, Taylorsville and Tooele (Deseret Peak).