Overview

The Cedar City Utah Temple was the seventeenth temple built in Utah. One of the great temple hymns, High on a Mountain Top, was written by Joel Hill Johnson while living in Enoch, Utah, a suburb of Cedar City. A youth cultural celebration was held the evening before the dedication of the Cedar City Utah Temple at the Centrum Arena on Saturday, December 9, 2017.


Temple presidents

Notable temple presidents have included:

Temple District

Beaver County

See Also Utah List of Stakes of the Church

  1. Beaver Utah Stake
  2. Minersville Utah Stake

Garfield County

  1. Escalante Utah Stake
  2. Panguitch Utah Stake

Iron County

  1. Cedar City Utah Stake
  2. Cedar City Utah Canyon View Stake
  3. Cedar City Utah Cross Hollow Stake
  4. Cedar City Utah Married Student Stake
  5. Cedar City Utah North Stake
  6. Cedar City Utah West Stake
  7. Cedar City Utah YSA 1st Stake
  8. Cedar City Utah YSA 2nd Stake
  9. Enoch Utah Stake
  10. Enoch Utah West Stake
  11. Parowan Utah Stake

Eastern Nevada

  1. Ely Nevada Stake
  2. Panaca Nevada Stake

Access

Template:Main article Temple access is available to church members who hold a current temple recommend, as is the case with all operating Latter-day Saints temples. An adjacent visitors center is open to the public. An LDS Church meetinghouse is across the street on the East, which is also open to the public.


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Cedar City Utah Temple

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The Cedar City Utah Temple was the seventeenth temple built in Utah. One of the great temple hymns, High on a Mountain Top, was written by Joel Hill Johnson while living in Enoch, Utah, a suburb of Cedar City.

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