SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the renderings Tuesday for three previously announced temples, including two in Utah and one in the state of Washington.
The three temples are Tooele Valley, Washington County and Moses Lake, Washington.
The Tooele Valley Utah Temple was announced in April 2019. The location and plans were released last September. The 70,000-square-foot, three-story temple will be built at the northwest intersection of Erda Way and state Route 36 in Erda.
The Washington County Utah Temple was announced in October 2018. The three-story temple of approximately 90,000 square feet, the second in the St. George area, will be built on a 14-acre site located northeast of 1580 S. 3000 East in St. George.
The Moses Lake Washington Temple, the fourth in that state, was announced in April 2019. The single-story temple of about 20,000 square feet will be constructed on a 17-acre site located on Yonezawa Boulevard between Division Street and Road K NE.
The release of these exterior renderings comes as the church is in the process of filing public documents in preparation for breaking ground and starting construction on each temple. No groundbreaking dates have been set, and interior renderings will be released in the future, according to a church statement.