In picturesque Sanpete County, the Manti Utah Temple sits on an elevation known as Temple Hill just off Highway 89, visible throughout the county. Manti, Utah, home to this historic pioneer temple, is near the state’s geographical center. Completed in 1888, the Manti Utah Temple is the third operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and serves Church members from congregations in central Utah.
Cream-colored limestone finishes the exterior of this majestic structure. The limestone came from the very area where the temple is now located, a site previously known as the Manti Stone Quarry. The Manti Temple, much like the Logan Utah Temple 200 miles to the north, has two roof-capped towers, and its walls imitate castle parapets with their grooved tops.
MANTI, UTAH 84642
You are about to access www.google.com.
Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
Your content has been submitted.
Check back later to see if your submission was selected.