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Temple Site

On the exterior, the Billings Montana Temple is unique in many ways. The spire, topped by a statue of Angel Moroni, rises from a tiered tower faced with louvered vents that appear to be shuttered windows. The west end of the single story building is accentuated by a stained-glass bay window. The temple grounds are landscaped with lawns, flower gardens and more than 250 trees and 4,500 shrubs. Retaining walls and fence foundations are built of manufactured stones painted to match the prominent, 300-foot-high Rimrock cliffs that border the rear side of the temple property.

Temple History

Montana

  1. Billings Montana Stake
  2. Billings Montana East Stake
  3. Billings Montana South Stake
  4. Bozeman Montana Stake
  5. Butte Montana Stake
  6. Glendive Montana Stake
  7. Great Falls Montana East Stake
  8. Helena Montana Stake


Northern Wyoming

  1. Cody Wyoming Stake
  2. Gillette Wyoming Stake
  3. Lovell Wyoming Stake
  4. Riverton Wyoming Stake
  5. Sheridan Wyoming Stake
  6. Worland Wyoming Stake


Temple District

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.

See Also

References


Billings Montana Temple

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On the exterior, the Billings Montana Temple is unique in many ways. The spire, topped by a statue of Angel Moroni, rises from a tiered tower faced with louvered vents that appear to be shuttered windows. The west end of the single story building is accentuated by a stained-glass bay window. The temple grounds are landscaped with lawns, flower gardens and more than 250 trees and 4,500 shrubs. Retaining walls and fence foundations are built of manufactured stones painted to match the prominent, 300-foot-high Rimrock cliffs that border the rear side of the temple property.

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