See what the second temple in Honduras will look like


The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the groundbreaking date for the San Pedro Sula Honduras Temple. 

A rendering has been released showing the planned design of the new temple. 

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The groundbreaking ceremony will be held on Saturday, September 5, 2020. Elder José Bernardo Hernandez Orellana, member of the Area Seventy, will preside at the event.

Attendance at the site is by invitation only. 

The San Pedro Sula Honduras Temple was announced in April 2019 by Church President Russell M. Nelson. The new temple will be the second in Honduras; the other is the Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple, dedicated in 2013. Other temples in Central America include the San José Costa Rica, San Salvador El Salvador, Guatemala City GuatemalaQuetzaltenango Guatemala, Cobán Guatemala (announced), Managua Nicaragua (announced) and Panama City Panama Temples

The number of Latter-day Saints in Honduras has increased. In 1980, Church membership in Honduras was 6,300. Today, there are more than 180,000 Latter-day Saints in the country. 

Each temple is considered a “house of the Lord,” where Jesus Christ’s teachings are reaffirmed through baptism and other ordinances that unite families for eternity. In the temple, Church members learn more about the purpose of life and make covenants to follow Jesus Christ and serve their fellow man. 

Temples differ from meetinghouses or chapels. Unlike meetinghouses, where Sabbath worship and weekly activities take place, temples are open throughout the week and are closed on Sundays. 

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