A first look at the Cody Wyoming Temple after Church releases its exterior rendering

Released Monday, March 27, the rendering release comes just two weeks after the site location was made public

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released an exterior rendering of the Cody Wyoming Temple.

The rendering was published Monday, March 27, on The First Presidency also announced the dedication dates for the Bangkok Thailand Temple and the groundbreaking dates for three temples: the Belo Horizonte Brazil, Papua New Guinea Port Moresby and Port Vila Vanuatu temples.

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The site location for the Cody temple was published two weeks earlier, on March 13.

President Russell M. Nelson announced a house of the Lord for Cody, Wyoming, on Oct. 3, 2021, one of the 13 new temple locations listed during October 2021 general conference.

Projected as a single-story edifice of approximately 9,950 square feet, the temple is to be built on the west of Skyline Drive and north of the Cody Canal, in the southwest part of the city.

It will be the state’s third house of the Lord, following the Star Valley Wyoming Temple, which was dedicated in 2016, and the Casper Wyoming Temple, which had its groundbreaking ceremony the same month the Cody temple was announced.

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