Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple
|Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple|
|Dedication||30 July 2000
James E. Faust
|Site||1 acre (0.4 hectares)|
|Floor area||10,769 sq ft (1,000 m2)|
|Height||71 ft (22 m)|
|Preceded by||Baton Rouge Louisiana Temple|
|Followed by||Caracas Venezuela Temple|
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Coordinates: The Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple is the 95th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It serves 13 stakes in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri.
The Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple was announced on 14 March 1999, to be built on land purchased years earlier for the building of a meetinghouse, along with an additional parcel of land donated by the sellers. The additional land was originally used as a baseball field by local church members.
The temple groundbreaking took place on July 3, 1999 in Yukon, Oklahoma. The temple open house began on July 15, 2000 with over 40,000 visitors touring the temple in a seven-day period. James E. Faust, second counselor in the First Presidency, dedicated the Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple on July 30, 2000.
The temple has a total floor area of 10,769 square feet (1,000.5 m2), two ordinance rooms, and two sealing rooms.
- Comparison of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Arkansas
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Oklahoma
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- "Six more temples announced; total now 108", Church News, March 27, 1999
- "Ground broken for first temple in Oklahoma", Church News, July 10, 1999
- "Oklahoma City Oklahoma: 'A sacred and beautiful structure'", Church News, Aug 5, 2000
- "Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple facts and figures", Church News, Aug 5, 2000
- "Oklahoma temple dedication in July", Church News, June 3, 2000
- Dockstader, Julie A. (Aug 5, 2000), "Oklahoma City Temple: A sacred building on sacred ground", Church News
- Dockstader, Julie A. (Feb 17, 2001), "They're tested in fire; not found wanting", Church News
- "Temple work is a way to say thanks for temple", Church News, Dec 4, 2004
- "Limited damage for members in wake of Oklahoma tornadoes", Church News, Feb 11, 2009
- Media related to Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple at Wikimedia Commons
- Official Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple page
- Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple page