Newport Beach Mormon Temple

mormonThe year 2005 was a landmark year for Mormons living in southern California. This was the year that saw the dedication and opening of the Newport Beach Mormon temple, the sixth in California and the third in the southern portion of the state. The temple is beautifully nestled in the valley community, where it serves over 50,000 Mormons living in the surrounding area.

The public open houses that were conducted when the temple was complted (and prior to its dedication) generated quite a bit of interest among the thousands and thousands of people who attended. One reporter, interviewing a Church member, gave the following as part of his story during the open house Read More of this Post.

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The year 2005 was a landmark year for Mormons living in southern California. This was the year that saw the dedication and opening of the Newport Beach Mormon temple, the sixth in California and the third in the southern portion of the state. The temple is beautifully nestled in the valley community, where it serves over... [Read more on this topic]

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One cannot look upon the Newport Beach temple without being impressed by the beauty of the building itself. The temple uses architectural themes consistent with what is seen in the Spanish missions of days gone by. It has a pink-colored granite exerior, topped by a cupola holding the traditional statue of the angel Moroni.... [Read more on this topic]

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