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Cardston Alberta Temple, Cardston

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The Cardston Alberta Temple (formerly the Alberta Temple) is the eighth constructed and sixth of the still-operating temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Located in Cardston, Alberta, it is the church's oldest temple outside the United States. It is one of eight temples that does not have an angel Moroni statue, and one of six without spires, similar to Solomon's Temple. It is also one of only two temples the church built in the shape of a cross, the other being the Laie Hawaii Temple.

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  • I'm so happy we went to see this beautiful building. I so wish we could have gone inside. We met a lovely lady who told us about the temple. And we went back at night to see it and it was even more...  more »
  • We were on the way to Waterton and took a quick stop at this place. We saw it from a distance. It was not open and only two gardeners were busy doing their job. There is another building at the...  more »
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  • Those in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints worship at this temple. Others can take photos of the exterior of the beautiful building which was competed in 1923. There is a small building for visitors to ask questions and learn more about the faith of this people.
  • This Temple has been here since 1924. It's a beautiful building on well kept grounds. Only qualified members of the church are allowed inside however there is a visitor center on the west side of the grounds. From May to September there are volunteer hosts who answer questions and help in any way they can. There are also books available and a small display to explain the building and use of the Temple. For those wishing to see the inside of a Temple the public is invited to tour a new Temple or an existing one that has had major renovations. After being opened for public tours for a time a Temple will typically be dedicated and closed to the public and used only for those sacred things for which it was built.
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