The Provo Tabernacle in Provo on Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, two days after it was announced the tabernacle will be transformed into an LDS temple.
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
Timeline: 3 years after Provo Tabernacle fire, here's a look at the building's past, present and future
Three years ago today, early in the morning of Dec. 17, 2010, a fire was reported in the historic Provo Tabernacle on University Avenue. Crews fought the fire... Read more »
Workers continued work this week on the roof and the tower where the Angel Moroni statue will stand when the Provo City Center Temple is completed in 2015. Meanwhile,... Read more »
The LDS Church announced Wednesday the public is invited to tour its new Gilbert Arizona Temple between Jan. 18 and Feb. 15, 2014. The temple, the largest built in 17... Read more »
Workers on Thursday installed the Angel Moroni on top of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Payson Temple. Read more »
The debut of a new temple endowment film, groundbreakings for temples in Connecticut and Colorado, and the announcement of two new temples — one in Utah and one... Read more »
Blessings come as individuals make and keep sacred covenants with the Lord, Sister Linda S. Reeves, second counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, taught... Read more »
Provo city officials believe the LDS Church showed its commitment to maintaining and improving Provo's downtown area by choosing to turn the fire-ravaged Provo... Read more »
A growing number of urban planners, architects and faith leaders are lamenting a trend in which many houses of worship are relocating to the suburbs and erecting... Read more »
For Andy Kirby, a construction project manager for the LDS Church, the work taking place near the intersection of Provo’s Center Street and University Avenue is... Read more »
Although the 183rd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will look and feel decidedly different than the church's first... Read more »
The bricks are still scarred from fire two years ago, but the Provo Tabernacle is on track to become the LDS Church's second temple in Provo. Read more »
A small engineering firm is using a three-dimensional laser to scan projects across the country, including the site where the Provo Tabernacle burned two years ago. Read more »
A small engineering firm is using a three-dimensional laser to scan all sorts of projects across the country, including the site where the Provo Tabernacle burned two... Read more »
BYU archeologists recently excavated one of the first baptistries built in Utah while working on the site for the new Provo City Center Temple. Read more »
Each year new temple sites are announced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; these are newest announcements made during October 2012 General Conference. Read more »
The past year has seen the LDS Church dedicate four new temples, rededicate another and break ground to launch the construction of four more, as "the building of... Read more »
We tend to take what life gives us and not look inward to what we have that is uniquely our own. Some great spirits envision precisely what they desire and go about... Read more »
Ron Smith presented “Tabernacle Memories and Meanings: South Central Utah” at Utah Valley University, a presentation on the oral histories he has collected... Read more »
"Images of America: Provo" by Marilyn Brown and Valerie Holladay captures the essence of Provo's history in photos and well-written prose. Read more »
More than 5,600 people gathered on the grounds of the of the historic Provo Tabernacle site for dedication ceremonies for the construction of Provo's second LDS temple. Read more »
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