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Share the Beauty of the Temple with Others

Merephoto Payson Utah Temple collage

“Bible prophecies indicate that in the last dispensation of the gospel, there would be a restoration of all of the principles and practices of former dispensations, which includes temple-building and the performing of ordinances therein.”
—David B. Haight

With such a magnificent building in our area there is certain to be some questions that arise from friends or neighbors that may include the following:

You may have questions yourself that may include:

One of the best opportunities you may have to help your friends and family learn more about the temple is to invite them to the open house and temple celebration!

The public open house is an opportunity for all people regardless of religion or affiliation to visit the temple and tour the inside of the building. The cultural celebration is also a great opportunity to invite your friends who are not members ages 12-18 to participate in song and dance celebrating our culture here in Utah as well as to feel the the strength and importance of the temple to the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Adult members should invite their friends and neighbors to view the open house in the LaVell Edwards Stadium or via satellite broadcast in a local stake center in their area.

Payson Utah Temple Open House Schedule
Friday, April 24, 2015 – Saturday, May 23, 2015
930 W 1494 S Payson UT 84651 United States

RESERVE TICKETS ONLINE: Please visit the following link for more info on the Payson Temple Open House reservations: LDS.ORG TEMPLE OPEN HOUSE RESERVATIONS
Reservations for the open house will be available beginning Monday, April 13, 2015, at 10:00 a.m.
NOTE: Please check back often as more reservations are added to most tours.

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Temple
In the temple we are taught, we make covenants, and we are promised blessings. We receive ordinances that enable us to live in the presence of God.

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