|St. Paul Minnesota Temple
||9 January 2000
Gordon B. Hinckley
||7.5 acres (3 hectares)
||10,700 sq ft (990 m2)
||71 ft (22 m)
||Raleigh North Carolina Temple
||Kona Hawaii Temple
|Official website • News & images
||29 July 1998
||26 September 1998 by
Hugh W. Pinnock
||18 December – 31 December 1999
||Ed Kodet, Jr. and Church A&E Services
||2150 North Hadley Avenue
||Light gray granite veneer
||Classic modern, single-spire design
||2 with Movie, two-stage progressive sessions
Coordinates: 44°58′48.93959″N 92°57′54.71639″W / 44.9802609972°N 92.9651989972°W The St. Paul Minnesota Temple is the 69th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It is located in Oakdale, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota.
The site of the St. Paul Minnesota Temple is also the site of a stake center, a larger meetinghouse for the members of the LDS Church. The temple is situated on a wooded 7.5-acre (3.0 ha) site. The building itself features a single spire and is covered with a light gray granite veneer.
LDS Church president Gordon B. Hinckley dedicated the St. Paul Minnesota Temple on January 9, 2000. The temple has a total of 10,700 square feet (990 m2), two ordinance rooms, and two sealing rooms.
The temple received minor damage on September 10, 2008 in a fire that inspectors believe was arson.
See also 
- Kruckenberg, Janet (Feb. 20, 1999), "The announcements of new holy edifices bring joy and tears", LDS Church News
- "Open house, dedication dates announced for temples", LDS Church News, Nov. 27, 1999
- "First temple in the year 2000", LDS Church News, Jan. 15, 2000
- Kruckenberg, Janet (Jan. 15, 2000), "Community assists with temple open house", LDS Church News
- "ST. PAUL MINNESOTA: 'It is thy house, a place of thy holiness'", LDS Church News, Jan. 15, 2000
- "Facts and Figures: St. Paul Minnesota Temple", LDS Church News, Jan. 15, 2000
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