Against the backdrop of the gorgeous Wasatch Mountains, the Brigham City Utah Temple’s twin white spires are visible from Interstate 15, two miles away. The temple’s precast concrete facing glows warmly in the sun. In Brigham City, Utah, a town of 18,000, Utah’s 14th temple and the 139th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints occupies 3.1 beautifully kept acres across the street from the Box Elder Stake Tabernacle.
The 36,000-square-foot temple serves approximately 40,000 Church members from congregations in northern Utah and southeastern Idaho. Square corner towers and two central spires, one facing east and one facing west, are highlights of the temple’s architecture. Although the temple is not fully crenellated, detailed notched carvings on the top of the walls and towers subtly hint at the battlement style used in the Logan and Manti Temple designs. The grounds, which are accessible to foot traffic, are planted with 26 fruit trees; a round water feature stands in front of the entrance.
250 S. Main
Brigham City, Utah 84302
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Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
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