The construction of the Urdaneta Philippines Temple continues, following the announcement on June 16, 2020 to ease government quarantine restriction in Pangasinan from General Community Quarantine (GCQ) to Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ). The newly imposed quarantine restriction will allow all public and private construction projects to proceed under proper social distancing and other health safety guidelines.
The crew has continued working with the structural framing of the temple and the adjacent housing facility.
The Urdaneta Philippines Temple will be the third temple built in the Philippines, following the Manila Philippines Temple (1984) and the Cebu City Philippines Temple (2010). Once finished, the temple will feature a single attached end spire with an angel Moroni statue on top. The temple will help serve the over 100 stakes and districts in the Island of Luzon.
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