Overview

On April 2, 2011, President Thomas S. Monson announced Fort Collins as the location of Colorado's second temple. Fort Collins is situated 57 miles north of the capital of Denver. There are approximately 140,000 members in the state. The first congregation of the Church in Colorado was organized in January 1897.

The Fort Collins Colorado Temple is expected to serve members living in northern Colorado, southern Wyoming, and western Nebraska who currently travel to attend the Denver Colorado Temple and the Billings Montana Temple.

Temple History

Temple District

Northern Colorado

  1. Boulder Colorado Stake
  2. Brighton Colorado Stake
  3. Denver Colorado North Stake
  4. Fort Collins Colorado Stake
  5. Greeley Colorado Stake
  6. Longmont Colorado Stake
  7. Loveland Colorado Stake
  8. Westminster Colorado Stake
  9. Windsor Colorado Stake

Southeastern Wyoming

  1. Casper Wyoming Stake
  2. Cheyenne Wyoming East Stake
  3. Cheyenne Wyoming Stake
  4. Laramie Wyoming Stake

Presidents

Notable presidents of the temple include:


Access

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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Fort Collins Colorado Temple

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In 2011, President Thomas S. Monson announced Fort Collins as the location of Colorado's second temple. Fort Collins is situated 57 miles north of the capital of Denver. There are approximately 140,000 members in the state.

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