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Overview[]

The Concepcion Chile Temple is the 160th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 2nd temple completed in Chile (2018), following the Santiago Chile Temple (1983). This temple is located in the residential development of Quinta Junge in a beautifully forested area next to the Biobío River. The temple is a breathtaking landmark, especially at night, on Avenida Pedro de Valdivia—the major thoroughfare that carries traffic through the south side of the city toward Southern Chile.

History[]

Temple District[]

The Concepción Chile Temple serves members from 23 stakes and 9 districts headquartered in Southern Chile and Western Argentina:


Southern Chile[]

  1. Angol Chile Stake
  2. Chillan Chile Nuble Stake
  3. Chillan Chile Stake
  4. Chiloe Chile District
  5. Concepcion Chile Andalien Stake
  6. Concepcion Chile Chiguayante Stake
  7. Concepcion Chile Stake
  8. Coronel Chile District
  9. Coyhaique Chile District
  10. Hualpen Chile Stake
  11. Lebu Chile District
  12. Linares Chile District
  13. Los Angeles Chile North Stake
  14. Los Angeles Chile South Stake
  15. Nueva Tolten Chile District
  16. Osorno Chile Rahue Stake
  17. Osorno Chile Stake
  18. Penco Chile Stake
  19. Puerto Montt Chile Stake
  20. Punta Arenas Chile Stake
  21. San Pedro Chile Stake
  22. Talca Chile Stake
  23. Talcahuano Chile North Stake
  24. Temuco Chile Cautin Stake
  25. Temuco Chile Nielol Stake
  26. Valdivia Chile Calle Calle Stake
  27. Valdivia Chile Stake
  28. Victoria Chile District
  29. Villarrica Chile District

Western Argentina[]

  1. Bariloche Argentina Stake
  2. Esquel Argentina District
  3. Zapala Argentina Stake

Temple Presidents[]

  1. Joe Neil Swenson 2018–

See Also[]

References[]


Concepcion Chile Temple[]

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The Concepcion Chile Temple is the 160th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 2nd temple completed in Chile (2018), following the Santiago Chile Temple (1983). This temple is located in the residential development of Quinta Junge in a beautifully forested area next to the Biobío River. The temple is a breathtaking landmark, especially at night, on Avenida Pedro de Valdivia—the major thoroughfare that carries traffic through the south side of the city toward Southern Chile.

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