8 Pictures of the Ogden Temple You Haven’t Seen (probably)

8 Pictures of the Ogden Temple You Haven’t Seen (probably)

(Feature photo can be found here: Ogden Temple – Spring Pathway by Rory Wallwork)

The Ogden Utah Temple is a beautiful centerpiece in downtown Ogden where it occupies a full city block. The historic Ogden Tabernacle, completed in 1956, also shares the temple block and is actually the last tabernacle built by the Church. The temple grounds feature large water features, mature trees, and amazing landscaping.

Before we share the photos with you, here are a few other facts that you might not know about the Ogden Temple:

  • It was the fifth temple built in Utah, but actually the first temple built in the state of Utah. The four previous temples were dedicated in the territory of Utah over 78 years earlier.
  • It was the first temple built with six ordinance rooms, allowing sessions to begin every 20 minutes. (Only three other temples have six ordinance rooms: the Provo Temple, Jordan River Temple, and Washington D.C. Temple.)
  • The temple was re-dedicated in 2014 after a three-and-a-half-year renovation project that architecturally transformed its entire exterior appearance. All landscaping was redone. The above-ground parking structure was replaced with surface and underground parking.
  • The original temple was dedicated on January 18, 1972 by Joseph Fielding Smith. After the complete renovation, it was re-dedicated on September 21, 2014 by Thomas S. Monson.

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8 Pictures of the Ogden Temple You Haven’t Seen (probably) | Remodeled in 2014, the Ogden Temple hosts some of the most beautiful grounds of any temple. Here are 8 pictures of the temple you may not have seen yet!