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Overview

The Porto Alegre Brazil Temple is the 102nd operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 3rd temple completed in Brazil (2000), following the Sao Paulo Brazil Temple (1978). It was dedicated just two days following the Recife Brazil Temple.


Temple Facts

Temple District

The Porto Alegre Brazil Temple serves members from 26 stakes and 6 districts headquartered in Rio Grande do Sul and Southeastern Santa Catarina:

Rio Grande do Sul

  1. Alegrete Brazil Stake
  2. Bage Brazil Stake
  3. Canoas Brazil Norte Stake
  4. Canoas Brazil Stake
  5. Caxias do Sul Brazil Stake
  6. Cruz Alta Brazil Stake
  7. Gramado Brazil District
  8. Gravatai Brazil Stake
  9. Livramento Brazil Stake
  10. Novo Hamburgo Brazil Stake
  11. Osorio Brazil District
  12. Passo Fundo Brazil South Stake
  13. Passo Fundo Brazil Stake
  14. Pelotas Brazil North Stake
  15. Pelotas Brazil Stake
  16. Porto Alegre Brazil Moinhos do Vento Stake
  17. Porto Alegre Brazil North Stake
  18. Porto Alegre Brazil Partenon Stake
  19. Porto Alegre Brazil South Stake
  20. Porto Alegre Brazil Stake
  21. Rio Grande Brazil Stake
  22. Santa Cruz do Sol Brazil Stake
  23. Santa Maria Brazil Stake
  24. Santo Angelo Brazil Stake
  25. Sao Borja Brazil District
  26. Sao Gabriel Brazil District
  27. Sao Jeronimo Brazil District
  28. Sao Leopoldo Brazil Stake
  29. Sao Lourenco do Sul Brazil District
  30. Uruguaiana Brazil Stake
  31. Viamao Brazil Stake

Southeastern Santa Catarina

  1. Tubarao Brazil Stake


Temple Presidents

  1. João R. Grahl 2018–
  2. Aldo Francesconi 2015–2018
  3. John M. Warthen 2012–2015
  4. Lennis M. Knighton 2009–2012
  5. Pedro Brassanini 2006–2009
  6. Walter G. Queiroz 2003–2006
  7. Lynn A. Sorenson 2000–2003

See Also

References


Porto Alegre Brazil Temple

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The Porto Alegre Brazil Temple is the 102nd operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 3rd temple completed in Brazil (2000), following the Sao Paulo Brazil Temple (1978). It was dedicated just two days following the Recife Brazil Temple.

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