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There are currently two temples in Oregon -- one in Portland and another in Medford. And then, Eugene. Church leadership said that the Latter-day Saint settlement largely began with the arrival of Latter-day Saint businessmen in They built a lumber mill on the North Powder River and persuaded several hundred Latter-day Saint families to migrate to Oregon.
It's about Bend. These communities are all part of Lane County or just points outside of it that really have to travel even further distances to get to Medford or to Portland.
I think it's really out of concern for the members of our church that live in all those areas. Anyone can visit the outside grounds and foyer, if one is constructed. Only members who commit to a certain level of devotion can enter the temple once dedicated. People who visit the temple will have the chance to walk through, make special covenants and even take photos. Robinson said their will be an open house that will be advertised where groups of people can visit.
And it's also a place just for communion with God, a place of peace. Some people go into the temple and all they do is just meditate, ponder, think and relax.
It's kind of at a higher level spiritually. KEZI 9 News did reach out to the official office of the LDS church for more information about the Eugene site but was told that the location and specific details about the groundbreaking have ot been released yet. LDS temple set to be built in Eugene, one of twenty new sites worldwide. Posted: Apr 5, AM. Posted By: Kennedy Dendy. Scroll for more content Most Popular Stories. Three hospitalized in four-vehicle crash on Highway Woman arrested for setting small fires in Eugene.
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