Named for a tributary of the Great Salt Lake, the Jordan River Utah Temple is the 20th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It stands 15 miles south of Salt Lake City on a gentle slope overlooking golf courses, subdivisions and a recreational trail that meanders alongside the river.
The second temple to be built in the Salt Lake Valley, the Jordan River Utah Temple was dedicated in 1981, 88 years after the iconic Salt Lake Temple was dedicated. The Jordan River Utah Temple was the first to be built in South Jordan, which in 2009 became the first city in the world to claim two temples. Travelers on nearby Interstate 15 can look westward and see both the Jordan River Utah Temple and the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple set against the mountainous backdrop.
10200 South 1300 West
SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH 84095-8814
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