Saturday, January 30, 2016

Provo City Center Temple

We had an awesome morning today! We had tickets to attend the new Provo City Center Temple open house this morning. It was so good! The building was formerly the Provo Tabernacle. When Nate and I lived in Provo, we would attend stake conference in that building. It burned down in 2010 and has since been rebuilt into a gorgeous temple. It was so great to see the history of the building honored and the care that they took in rebuilding. Nate and I were married and sealed in the Mt. Timpanogos Temple and it has always been my favorite. It was neat to see the contrast between the interior of the Mt. Timp temple and this new temple. The Provo City Center Temple has the great almost Victorian feel with lots of rich woodwork and stained glass. I know this might sound weird, but I even like the cool sage green and gold patterned carpet. It's much smaller than what I'm used to, but extremely well done. I'm so glad we got the opportunity to go. It was just what we needed this morning. We didn't take many pictures because by the time our tour ended it was snowing so hard! We were totally covered in snow by the time we walked back to the car! I can't wait to go back!

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