Do you have to have tickets for the Mesa temple open house?

Do you have to have tickets for the Mesa temple open house?

Ticket Availability The open house is free but reservations are strongly encouraged. Those without tickets may attend using the standby line at any time Monday-Saturday, 8 am-8 pm. All tours are available in both English & Spanish.

What do you wear to a temple open house?

Most tour participants will use the stairs. Modest dress is requested. Sunday best dress is in order.

Why is the Mesa temple closed?

The Mesa temple has been closed since May 2018 for a major renovation. The church has also added a new temple visitors’ center, which includes a family history center and housing.

How long is the Mesa temple open house?

The five-week open house, which runs from Saturday, Sept. 18, through Saturday, Oct. 23, excluding all Sundays and also Saturday, Oct.

What are the dates for the Mesa Temple open house?

A free public open house for the Mesa Arizona Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be from Saturday, October 16, through Saturday, November 20 (excluding Sundays, October 17, 24 and 31, and November 7 and 14). For reservations, see

Is the Pocatello LDS temple open?

Based on First Presidency direction, this temple has resumed limited operations. All ordinances are available by appointment only.

Is Mesa Temple doing Christmas lights?

Christmas at the Mesa Temple The beautiful Mesa Temple Christmas Lights Display will NOT be held in 2021 but will RETURN to the temple grounds in 2022!

Where do you park for the Mesa Temple open house?

Primary Parking Lot: Highly recommended at Mesa Drive/Main St Park and Ride. This lot is accessible from Mesa Drive, Main Street (west bound), and LeSueur (Pioneer Park).

What happens in the celestial room?

At the conclusion of the Endowment ordinance, participants enter the celestial room. There are no ceremonies performed in this room. Rather, it is a place of quiet peace, prayer, and reflection meant to symbolize heaven, where we may live forever with our family in the presence of our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ.