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Temple History

  • The Cebu City Philippines Temple was the second temple built in the Philippines, following the Manila Philippines Temple (1984).
  • The Cebu City Philippines Temple was announced in a letter to Filipino priesthood leaders dated April 18, 2006.
  • The gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni was placed atop the Cebu City Philippines Temple on November 5, 2009.

2013 Bohol Earthquake

On October 15, 2013, the 2013 Bohol earthquake shook the Cebu City Philippines Temple, causing the angel Moroni to move from facing east to facing south. The angel was repositioned to point east again on January 22, 2014.

Temple District

The Cebu City Philippines Temple serves members from 38 stakes and 32 districts headquartered in Visayas, Mindanao, and Masbate Island:


  1. Antique Philippines District
  2. Bacolod Philippines North Stake
  3. Bacolod Philippines South Stake
  4. Bacolod Philippines Stake
  5. Bago Philippines Stake
  6. Baybay Philippines District
  7. Biliran Philippines District
  8. Binalbagan Philippines Stake
  9. Bogo Philippines District
  10. Borongan Philippines District
  11. Cadiz Philippines Stake
  12. Calape Philippines District
  13. Carigara Philippines Stake
  14. Catarman Philippines Stake
  15. Catbalogan Philippines District
  16. Cebu City Philippines Stake
  17. Cebu Philippines Central Stake
  18. Cebu Philippines Consolacion Stake
  19. Cebu Philippines Liloan Stake
  20. Dumaguete Philippines Stake
  21. Escalante Philippines Stake
  22. Hinunangan Philippines District
  23. Iloilo Philippines North Stake
  24. Iloilo Philippines Stake
  25. Jordan Philippines District
  26. Kalibo Philippines Stake
  27. La Carlota Philippines District
  28. Mandaue Philippines Stake
  29. Ormoc Philippines Stake
  30. Roxas Capiz Philippines Stake
  31. Sagay Philippines Stake
  32. San Carlos Philippines District
  33. Sipalay Philippines District
  34. Sogod Philippines District
  35. Tacloban Philippines Stake
  36. Tagbilaran Philippines Stake
  37. Talisay Philippines Stake
  38. Tanjay Philippines District
  39. Toledo Philippines District
  40. Tolosa Philippines Stake


  1. Balingasag Philippines District
  2. Bislig Philippines District
  3. Butuan Philippines Stake
  4. Cagayan de Oro Philippines East Stake
  5. Cagayan de Oro Philippines Stake
  6. Cagayan de Oro Philippines West Stake
  7. Cotabato Philippines District
  8. Davao Philippines Buhangin Stake
  9. Davao Philippines Stake
  10. Davao Philippines West Stake
  11. Digos Philippines Stake
  12. Dipolog Philippines District
  13. General Santos Philippines Stake
  14. Gingoog Philippines District
  15. Iligan Philippines Stake
  16. Kidapawan Philippines District
  17. Malaybalay Philippines District
  18. Marbel Philippines District
  19. Mati Philippines District
  20. Monkayo Philippines District
  21. Oroquieta Philippines Stake
  22. Ozamiz Philippines District
  23. Pagadian Philippines District
  24. Panabo Philippines District
  25. Placer Philippines District
  26. San Francisco Philippines Stake
  27. Surigao Philippines District
  28. Tagum Philippines District
  29. Zamboanga Philippines Stake

Masbate Island

  1. Masbate Philippines District

Temple Presidents

Notable presidents of the Manila Philippines Temple include:

  1. Jose T. Aguilar 2018–
  2. Cesar A. Perez Jr. 2015–2018
  3. Arsenio A. Pagaduan 2012–2015
  4. Gerald E. Mortimer 2010–2012

See Also


Cebu City Philippines Temple


The Cebu City Philippines Temple is the second temple built in the Philippines, following the Manila Philippines Temple (1984).

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