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Twin Falls Idaho Mormon Temples

The Twin Falls Idaho Temple stands less than a half-mile from the precipice of Snake River Canyon, a 500-foot-deep chasm stretching more than 50 miles. Not far from the temple, the impressive 1,500-foot Perrine Bridge spans Snake River Canyon, giving observers a view of the scenic landscape below. The central section of Idaho’s Snake River Plain is known as the Magic Valley, thus named because irrigation turned an arid region into surprisingly productive farmland. For Latter-day Saints living in this rural area of south central Idaho, the Twin Falls Idaho Temple stands as a beacon of hope. It is the 128th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the fourth temple built in Idaho.
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idaho Statistics
Temples

Finished/Dedicated: 4

Under Construction: 1

Membership

430,757

Missions

4

Congregations

1,117

More info at Mormon Newsroom
 

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Mormon temples are the holiest places of worship on earth for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Within these sacred walls, participants commit to live ethical and morally upright lives, and to be faithful to their spouse and family.