Reno Nevada Temple
23 April 2000
Thomas S. Monson
7.9 acres (3.2 hectares)
10,700 sq ft (990 m
71 ft (22 m)
Memphis Tennessee Temple
Cochabamba Bolivia Temple
• Official website News & images
12 April 1999
24 July 1999 by
Rex D. Pinegar
8-15 April 2000
Church A&E Services
2000 Beaumont Parkway
Gray granite quarried near Sharon, Vermont
Classic modern, single-spire design
2 with Movie, two-stage progressive sessions
Second temple built in Nevada, following Las Vegas Temple.
Coordinates: 39°32′4.6″N 119°53′56.1″W / 39.534611°N 119.898917°W
Reno Nevada Temple is the 81st operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).
The first temple in
Nevada was built in Las Vegas in 1989. The Reno Nevada temple was dedicated in 2000. It serves over 25,000 Latter-day Saints in the area.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held on July 24, 1999. Before it was dedicated, the temple was opened to the public.
Thomas S. Monson, First Counselor in the church's First Presidency, dedicated the Reno Nevada Temple on April 23, 2000. The Reno Nevada Temple has a total floor area of 10,700 sq ft (990 m 2), two ordinance rooms, and two sealing rooms.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
"New temples announced for Mexico, Nevada", , April 17, 1999 Church News
"Ground is broken for Reno temple", Church News, July 31, 1999
"Dedication dates set for Reno and Cochabamba temples", Church News, March 25, 2000
Dockstader, Julie (April 29, 2000), "Reno temple: Easter Day dedication brings hope", Church News
"Facts and figures: Reno Nevada Temple", Church News, April 29, 2000
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^ Several dozen temples, built from identical plans.