In the thriving Kowloon Tong suburb, the Hong Kong China Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rises among residential buildings. This is the Church’s 48th operating temple worldwide, and Church members from China, Mongolia and Singapore attend this temple to worship God. In the temple, Church members receive gospel instruction and commit to living Christlike lives.
The Hong Kong China Temple occupies a small, 0.3-acre plot, takes up five stories of a 10-story building and is topped with a golden dome. The style of the square building is modern with references to Hong Kong’s colonial architecture. Long, narrow windows penetrate the polished granite walls beneath decorative arches carved into the stone. A statue of angel Moroni, a prophet from the Book of Mormon, stands on top of the building’s single spire. This statue is a distinguishing feature on most Mormon temples throughout the world and represents the restored gospel of Jesus Christ being preached to the world.
2 Cornwall St
KOWLOON TONG, HONG KONG
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Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
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