On the hilly terrain of Honduras’s capital city, the Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple stands as a beacon to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A temple is sometimes referred to as the “mountain of the Lord’s house” (Isaiah 2:2), and Church members consider each one to be a sacred place where heaven and earth meet. Like a majestic mountain, the Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple rises 41.2 meters from the ground, with a statue of the angel Moroni (a crowning feature on most Mormon temples) atop its spire.
Unique temple architectural designs crafted using the finest materials reflect the Church’s belief that temples are houses of God. The meticulously kept grounds and beautiful architecture of Mormon temples create a serene atmosphere, and the Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple is no exception.
Iglesia de Jesucristo de los SantosResidencial Roble Oeste, Blvd.Roble Oeste, 3ra. Calle Sur
Comayaguela, MDC, Francisco Morazán
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