10 Pictures of the Gilbert Temple You May Not Have Seen
(Feature photo can be found here: Gilbert Temple – Entrance Sunset by Brooks Crandell
At the time of its dedication, the Gilbert Arizona Temple was the largest temple that the Church had constructed in 17 years, at 85,000 square feet. It is one of the tallest buildings in the entire East Valley, and the tallest building in Gilbert. The stunning exterior features beautifully-crafted art glass windows and an incredibly detailed ivory-colored high-quality concrete and stone accentuated with fine rustication. Inside this beautiful temple one will also noticed the repeated artistic motif of the agave plant, which is native to the vast deserts of the Southwest.
Before we share a few photos with you, here are a few facts that you probably didn’t know about the Gilbert Temple:
- The Gilbert Temple was the fourth temple built in Arizona and the 142nd temple in the world.
- It was dedicated on March 2, 2014 by Thomas S. Monson (read by Henry B. Eyring).
- The temple serves members in the East Valley from 26 stakes.
- During the month-long public open house, 407,020 guests toured the facility!
Gilbert Temple – Soft Summer Sunset by Brooks Crandell
Gilbert Temple – Summer Lightning by Richard Webb
Gilbert Temple – December Sunset by Brooks Crandell
Gilbert Temple – Botanical Beauty by Dustin Bitter
Gilbert Temple – Entrance Sunset by Brooks Crandell
Gilbert Temple – Entrance Drive Sunset by Brooks Crandell
Gilbert Temple – Storm Overhead by Brooks Crandell
Gilbert Arizona Temple – Sunset Southwest by Richard Webb
Gilbert Temple – Dusk by Richard Webb
Gilbert Temple – Sunset Southeast by Richard Webb
All of these beautiful Gilbert Temple pictures and painting are available for sale. You can find photo prints, canvas wraps, and framed photos in a large variety of sizes. If one of these above pictures caught your eye, just click on it!