Temple History

The Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple is the 95th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple was the first temple built in Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple closed on October 15, 2017, for an extensive renovation project that altered the exterior appearance of the building and fully upgraded the interior. It was rededicated on Sunday, May 19, 2019, by President Henry B. Eyring, who was the second counselor in the First Presidency.


Temple District

The Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple serves members from 13 stakes headquartered in Oklahoma, Northwest Arkansas, and South Central Kansas:

Oklahoma

  1. Bartlesville Oklahoma Stake
  2. Broken Arrow Oklahoma Stake
  3. Edmond Oklahoma Stake
  4. Lawton Oklahoma Stake
  5. Norman Oklahoma Stake
  6. Oklahoma City Oklahoma Stake
  7. Oklahoma City South Stake
  8. Stillwater Oklahoma Stake
  9. Tulsa Oklahoma Stake

Northwest Arkansas

  1. Bentonville Arkansas Stake
  2. Fort Smith Arkansas Stake
  3. Springdale Arkansas Stake
  4. Rogers Arkansas Stake

South Central Kansas

  1. Derby Kansas Stake
  2. Wichita Kansas Stake


Presidents

  1. Travis N. Campbell 2015–
  2. Don R. Hansen 2012–2015
  3. Michael L. Southward 2009–2012
  4. H. Aldridge Gillespie 2005–2009
  5. Henry J. Chesney 2000–2005

See Also

References


Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple

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The Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple is the 95th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The temple was closed in 2017, for an extensive renovation project that altered the exterior appearance of the building and fully upgraded the interior. It was rededicated on Sunday, May 19, 2019.

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