7 Pictures of the Brigham City Temple You Haven’t Seen (probably)
(Feature photo can be found here: Brigham City Temple – Last Light by Phill Monson)
Visible from miles around, the Brigham City Temple is one of Utah’s newer temples, although many other temples have been built since. The temple was dedicated on September 23, 2012 by Boyd K. Packer. The temple and landscape designs reflect both the history of Brigham City and the classical designs found at the Logan, Manti, and Salt Lake temples. The warm white temple points east toward the historic Brigham City Tabernacle with the top of the angel Moroni reaching several feet above the highest point of the tabernacle. The grounds include a water feature and fruit trees, paying homage to the area’s roots in growing fruit.
Before we share the photos with you, here are a couple of facts that you might not know about the Brigham City Temple:
- The Brigham City Utah Temple was the 139th temple in the world and the 14th temple in Utah.
- President Packer, who dedicated the temple, and his wife Donna are natives of Brigham City.
Brigham City Temple – Life Renewed by Rory Wallwork
Brigham City Temple – Into Spring by Alan Fullmer
Brigham City Temple – Winter Twilight by Phill Monson
Brigham City Temple – Spring Sunset by Phill Monson
Brigham City Temple – From On High by Alan Fullmer
Brigham City Temple – Autumn Sunset Painting by Brent Borup
Brigham City Temple – Last Light by Phill Monson
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