This Day In History

    • Ground Breaking
    • 1998 Ground broken for St. Paul Minnesota Temple
    • Moroni
    • 1996 Angel Moroni placed upon the Vernal Utah Temple

Cedar City Utah

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Video and Model Details

Video

Here is my first Cedar City Utah Temple. Not sure how I managed it, but I killed the texture on the retaining wall. I’m going to redo this later, closer to the dedication, so that I can get the grounds correct.

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Modeled: 2.77a
Render: Cycles

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Description

The Cedar City Temple is a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints currently under construction in Cedar City, Utah. The design is a single story with a single tower set up on a hill on the west end of town.

History

Announcement

The temple was announced by President Thomas S. Monson on April 6, 2013, during the church’s semi-annual general conference. The temple was announced concurrently with the Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple; at the time, the announcement brought the total number of temples active or planned worldwide to 170. It will be the 17th temple to be constructed in Utah.

Groundbreaking

On Saturday, August 8, 2015, L. Whitney Clayton presided at a groundbreaking to signify the beginning of construction.

Open House

TBA

Cultural Celebration

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Dedication

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Presidents

Exterior

Cladding

Windows

The design of the windows is unique to the 2nd generation small temple design, but a similar pattern was used in the windows for the Accra Ghana temple.

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Spires and Moroni

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Moroni

 

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