9 Pictures of the Indianapolis Temple You Haven’t Seen Yet

9 Pictures of the Indianapolis Temple You Haven’t Seen Yet

(Feature photo can be found here: Newport Beach Temple – Sunrise Reflection by Rory Wallwork)

Dedicated on August 23, 2015 by Henry B. Eyring, the Indianapolis Indiana Temple was the 148th temple in the world and the 1st temple built in Indiana. It’s also one of only about 20 temples east of the Mississippi River. The temple stands on a peaceful corner in the picturesque suburb of Carmel, Indiana, just north of Indianapolis. It shares the location with a beautiful meetinghouse with an open courtyard.

Did you know that the design of the spire of the temple draws inspiration from the historic memorials and monuments found in the heart of Indianapolis, such as the Indiana World War Memorial and the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument? The temple in a way honors those who have served our nation, in an edifice that is also dedicated to service.

The temple serves about 30,000 Latter-day Saints in Indiana and eastern Illinois.

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9 Pictures of the Indianapolis Temple You Haven’t Seen Yet | The Indianapolis Indiana Temple stands on a peaceful corner in the suburb of Carmel, Indiana. Here are 9 pictures of the it that you haven't seen yet.

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