Quantcast

Comments about ‘Provo City Center Temple groundbreaking plans announced’

Return to article »

Published: Thursday, April 5 2012 4:32 p.m. MDT

Comments
  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
InspectorC
Kaysville, UT

I thought they were going to run with my suggestion and designate this as the "Utah Pioneer Temple" !?

Well, although the official name has already been announced, it's NOT too late (until the groundbreaking ceremony) for the Church to change it's mind! ;^)

ExDixieIte
Salt Lake City, UT

OK, I have a question. It was supposed to be a rebuild of the original. No? If you're just going to build a modern building just knock down this beautiful building and you have desecrated the Coalville tabernacle, etc.

Build it in the shell that was the Provo Tabernacle!!!

RyanWhiting
OREM, UT

This is so exciting for Provo! With this new building, the new convention center, and the Nu Skin building, downtown Provo will look amazing! Hoping it will boost business there too!

InspectorC
Kaysville, UT

RE: ExDixieIte @ 9:05 pm---

No. It's not a "rebuild" in the shell of the old tabernacle. My understanding is that the OLD structure will be totally demolished. The new temple will be build from scratch, and from the footings-up, using all new materials.

It will just LOOK *almost* identical to the original tabernacle (with the exception of the Angel Moroni statue on top of the new central spire.)

Sorry, but I have NO clue what you're saying about the "desecrated ... Coalville tabernacle"???!

suzyk#1
Mount Pleasant, UT

It's exciting to think that in the new two years plus that corner will be renewed with a beautiful Temple. How blessed we are as members of the Church to have them close to us. Life is good!!!!!!

ulvegaard
Medical Lake, Washington

If the photo included in this article of the new temple is accurate, then I'm satisfied. It would be great just to magically repair the building as it was five years ago and strike it with a wand and 'Poof', it's a temple.

I have great sentimental attachment to the Provo Tabernacle as well. I attended stake conferences there as a boy. A friend of mine was baptized there. But if this is what it is going to take to save the image of this city corner, then do it. It will serve no purpose to leave it as a hollowed out shrine for pilgrims to visit on their way to General Conference. This is a living church.

to comment

DeseretNews.com encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments