Overview

The Tijuana Mexico Temple is the 149th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 13th temple completed in Mexico. It serves members of the church in Baja California and Sonora. The design of the Tijuana Mexico Temple reflects the Spanish Colonial influences that characterize much of Mexican architecture including the Spanish missions found throughout Mexico. The brilliant white exterior symbolizes the holy purpose of the temple, which is crowned with a distinctive central tower, lifting the eyes heavenward. Towering palm trees and colorful landscaping will decorate the temple grounds.

History

Temple District

The Tijuana Mexico Temple serves members from 12 stakes headquartered in Baja California, Baja California Sur, and Northwestern Sonora:

Baja California

  1. Ensenada Mexico Stake
  2. Mexicali Mexico Los Pinos Stake
  3. Mexicali Mexico Stake
  4. Tijuana Mexico Florido Stake
  5. Tijuana Mexico Insurgentes Stake
  6. Tijuana Mexico La Gloria Stake
  7. Tijuana Mexico La Mesa Stake
  8. Tijuana Mexico Otay Stake
  9. Tijuana Mexico Stake

Baja California Sur

  1. Cabo San Lucas Mexico Stake
  2. La Paz Mexico Stake

Northwestern Sonora

  1. San Luis Rio Colorado Mexico Stake


Temple Presidents

  1. Rodrigo Obeso 2018–
  2. Clark B. Hinckley 2015–2018

See Also


Tijuana Mexico Temple

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The Tijuana Mexico Temple is the 149th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 13th temple completed in Mexico. It serves members of the church in Baja California and Sonora. The design of the Tijuana Mexico Temple reflects the Spanish Colonial influences that characterize much of Mexican architecture including the Spanish missions found throughout Mexico. The brilliant white exterior symbolizes the holy purpose of the temple, which is crowned with a distinctive central tower, lifting the eyes heavenward. Towering palm trees and colorful landscaping will decorate the temple grounds.


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