With an exterior finish of off-white Turkish marble, the Monticello Utah Temple stands out against the backdrop of the Abajo Mountains. The building is the 53rd operating temple constructed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the 11th built in Utah. Patrons from southeastern Utah and Colorado come to the temple to worship God and learn about Jesus Christ.
Monticello is nearly 300 miles south of Salt Lake City, in Utah’s southeastern corner. This community started in the 1880s when pioneers settled the area. Today Monticello is the seat of San Juan County and hosts a population of almost 2,000. Although Monticello is small, it is home to one of the Church’s sacred houses of worship.
397 N 200 W
MONTICELLO, UTAH 84535
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Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
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