Church rededicates Hong Kong Temple, set to reopen in July
The Hong Kong Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been rededicated and will reopen next month.
“This magnificent temple in Hong Kong invites us to this region of Asia to draw closer to our Savior Jesus Christ, to build our spiritual foundation daily, and to bless the generations of our family,” Elder Gong said in the article.
The Hong Kong Temple was the 48th temple built by the church and was dedicated in 1996 by President Gordon B. Hinckley. It was closed in 2019 to undergo necessary renovations.
Read the full article on the rededication of the Hong Kong Temple at thechurchnews.com.
Hong Kong Temple Renovation
- The temple has closed July 8, 2019to undergo major renovations.
- Details and renderings of the renovation have been published in August 2019. Plans included upgrades to the temple’s mechanical, electrical, heating and plumbing systems, as well as replacement of exterior stonework, removal of the steeple and accompanying angel Moroni statue, a refresh of landscaping and room reconfiguration. One of the floors previously used as a meeting hall has been incorporated into the temple experience, while water and moisture protection has been improved along with new windows, artwork and furniture.