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What’s the current status for the 133 temples announced by President Nelson?



Since assuming the role of President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in January 2018, President Russell M. Nelson has announced the locations of 133 temples.

This journey began with the announcement of seven temples during the April 2018 general conference and continued with an additional 15 locations disclosed in the concluding session of the April 2023 general conference.

Among these 133 temples, their current statuses are as follows:

  • 7 temples have been dedicated.
  • 4 temples are scheduled for dedication.
  • 43 temples are currently under construction.
  • 2 temples have scheduled groundbreaking ceremonies.
  • 39 temples have identified site locations.
  • 38 temples have been announced but are still in the planning and design phases.

In The Church News article below is a comprehensive list of all 133 temples, along with their statuses as of the end of September 2023.

This list covers temples that are fully dedicated and operational, those awaiting dedication, temples in the construction phase, temples with upcoming groundbreaking events, temples with identified sites, and temples still in the planning and design stages.

Additionally, any temples that have been renamed from their originally announced city locations are also noted.


What’s the current status for the 133 temples announced by President Russell M. Nelson?

Of the 133 temples President Nelson has announced in the past 5 and a half years, 7 are dedicated, 4 are scheduled for dedication and 43 are under construction.

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