Facts and Figures: St. Paul Minnesota Temple

Location: 2140 North Hadley, Oakdale, Minn., east of St. Paul. Exit off Interstate 694, at 10th Street, drive south to Hadley Street and then west to the temple.

Temple Presidency: Kayland Evan Call, president; Neal Taylor, first counselor and recorder; Tom Anderson, second counselor and temple engineer.

Rooms: Two ordinance rooms, two sealing rooms.

Exterior: Light gray granite veneer.

Size: 11,411 square feet.

Architect: Ed Kodet, Jr. of Kodet Architect Group Ltd.

Contractor: Walbridge Aldinger.

District: Serves about 25,000 members in six stakes in Minnesota — Anoka, Burnsville, Duluth, Minneapolis, Rochester and St. Paul; Wausau Wisconsin Stake; Ft. Francis District of the Canada Winnipeg Mission; and the Minnesota Minneapolis Mission.

Schedule: Opened Jan 10; four sessions daily Tuesday through Thursday, five on Friday, eight on Saturday.

Pertinent Facts: 69th operating temple of the Church; announced July 29, 1998, groundbreaking held Sept. 26, 1998; open house held Dec. 18-31, with 27,042 attending; dedicated Jan. 9, 2000, in four sessions by President Gordon B. Hinckley.