Temple President Merrill encounters the Devil, who threatens to stop the temple work from being done. LDS Church to redesign plaza as part of Temple Square renovation Elder Gerrit W. Gong gives LDS young adults three goals for 2021 LDS missionary from Lehi killed in car accident (Excerpt from "Logan Temple: The First 100 Years) Logan Temple President Marriner W. Merrill was sitting in his office one morning in the early 1890's when he heard a commotion outside. 175 North 300 East Logan, Utah. The Logan Utah Temple’s reflection pool was added in 2009. Would you like to have the day's news stories delivered right to … The building’s interior, including artwork was entirely removed. Satan and the Logan Temple President . Free News Delivery by Email. The 1970s-style interior was patterned after the Provo Utah Temple and the Ogden Utah Temple before the latter's renovation. The Logan Utah Temple (formerly the Logan Temple) was completed in 1884, and is the fourth temple built by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The temple, dedicated by President John Taylor in 1884, will be closed for two years while the work is in progress. Construction Status: Angel Moroni installed atop temple spire on December 8, 2020; installing lamp posts and planting trees on grounds Latest Photograph: 22 December 2020 San Juan Puerto Rico Temple He will also receive credit for the time he served in […] LDS members who visit the newly reopened Logan Temple today may get a surprise: Where there were once fountains and flowers are dirt and heavy construction equipment. Hotels near Logan Utah Temple: (0.18 mi) The Riter Mansion (0.21 mi) Logan Anniversary Inn (0.35 mi) Best Western Plus Weston Inn (0.56 mi) Baugh Motel, SureStay Collection by Best Western (0.53 mi) Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Logan; View all hotels near Logan Utah Temple on Tripadvisor “Logan Temple Undergoes Remodeling,” Ensign, Nov. 1976, 143 LOGAN, Utah—An extensive, two-year remodeling project is under way here at the ninety-two-year-old Logan Temple. Meanwhile, a renovation for the Logan and St. George Temples could only be beneficial, particularly for the Logan Temple. Located in the city of Logan, Utah, it was the second temple built in the Rocky Mountains, after the St. George Temple, which remains the only LDS temple that has been in operation longer than the Logan Temple. The Logan Temple is owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Plans to construct the temple were announced October 6, 1876, Church leaders broke ground May 18, 1877, and John Taylor, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1880 to 1887, dedicated the Logan Utah Temple May 17, 1884. The Logan LDS Temple was constructed between 1877 and 1884 (It was dedicated on May 17, 1884). The construction finished in early 1978 and it was rededicated on March 13, 1979. In October 1976 the temple closed and renovation began. Ambrose entered into a plea deal last week to avoid prison time. Logan Utah Temple. Curtis said Temple staff do not plan on pressing charges. LOGAN, Utah (ABC4 News, AP Modified info) – Peter Ambrose, 34, who vandalized a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple in Logan has pleaded guilty to burglary and criminal mischief. Hopefully a renovation there would restore the murals, and possibly some type of progression, if possible, as well as making the building's feel to match the timeline in which the temple was built. The muraled rooms used for progressing through the ordinance ceremonies were replaced with separate wallpapered rooms equipped for a motion-picture presentation of the endowment.