Lone Mountain Temple & McKinney Temple Exterior Renderings Released

Lone Mountain Temple & McKinney Temple Exterior Renderings Released

Two lovely artist renderings, seen below, of the future Lone Mountain Nevada Temple and the McKinney Texas Temple were released today by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. You can see the full, larger renderings below. The designs are similar to many of the other newest temples that are being built or have been announced, but they are still unique and wonderful. The two temples will be a wonderful blessing to the members in the greater Las Vegas and McKinney areas when they’re finished, and we’re excited to be able to share new photographs with you when the time comes.

The Lone Mountain Temple was one of 18 new temples that were announced by President Nelson a year and a half ago during the October 2022 General Conference, and its location was announced only a couple months later. The new temple will be one of four temples in Nevada, following the Las Vegas Temple, the Reno Temple, and the Elko Temple, which is currently under construction.

The McKinney Temple, formerly known as the Prosper Temple, was also announced during the same October 2022 General Conference, but its location was announced more than a year later. It will be one of eight temples in Texas that are in operation, under construction, or announced. The newest temple is the McAllen Temple, which was dedicated last year. The other temples that are yet to be built in Texas are the Austin Temple and the Fort Worth Temple, which had it’s groundbreaking last October.

As is always the case with these early announcements, the detailed design plans for the temple are still being developed. Interior renderings, as well as more information, will be made public at a later time.

The official artist rendering of the future Lone Mountain Nevada Temple.
The official artist rendering of the future Lone Mountain Nevada Temple.
The official artist rendering of the future McKinney Texas Temple.
The official artist rendering of the future McKinney Texas Temple, formerly the Prosper Texas Temple.