LDS Laie Temple

LDS Laie Temple

Aerial View of Laie Temple. la'i, Hawaii, United States. Site Dedication: 1 June 1915 by Joseph F. Smith Announcement: 3 October 1915 Dedication: 27–30 November 1919 by Heber J. Grant Public Open House: 2–27 May 1978 Rededication: 13–15 June 1978 by Spencer W. Kimball Public Open House: 22 October–13 November 2010 Rededication: 21 November 2010 by Thomas S. Monson Site: 11.4 acres. Exterior Finish: Concrete made of native crushed lava rock and coral, reinforced with steel. It is dressed by pneumatic stone cutting tools to produce a white cream finish. Ordinance Rooms: Four ordinance rooms (four-stage progressive) and six sealing. Total Floor Area: 42,100 square feet. Temple Locale Surrounded by lush Hawaiian flora on a gently rising hill that features cascading pools and a large fountain, the Laie Hawaii Temple graces the north shore of Oahu just a half mile from the Pacific Ocean. Travelers along Kamehameha Highway can't miss the striking Hale Laa Boulevard that leads the short distance from the highway to the temple. The exquisite boulevard features a tropical garden on one end and palm trees and decorative lights on the other. Sharing the temple grounds is a highly visited public visitors' center. Down the street is Church-owned Brigham Young University–Hawaii and Hawaii's number-one paid attraction, the Polynesian Cultural Center.

Christian Robbins

 

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