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The Urdaneta Philippines Temple is a planned temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) to be constructed in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan, Philippines.

Announced in 2010, the Urdaneta Philippines Temple will be the third LDS temple built in the Philippines, following the Manila (1984) and Cebu City (2010) temples.

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/...s-conference-by-announcing-5-new-temples.html


Current Philippine temples for reference:

Manila Temple


Cebu Temple



Location of the Urdaneta Philippines Temple:


5/11/2018 Updates (Photos are mine)
Lot clearing in progress.






 

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Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Sister Rasband, have been touring the Philippines visiting stakes, districts and missions. They have met with youth and single adults, and have inspired members in every place they have been. Included in their tour were visits to the two sites where new temples will soon be constructed.

On 16 February 2018, Elder and Sister Rasband, Elder and Sister Haynie, and Brother Daniel De Almeida visited the temple site in Urdaneta. On 23 February 2018, Elder and Sister Rasband, Elder and Sister Schmutz, and Brother Daniel De Almeida toured the temple site in Alabang.

On these two occasions, Elder Rasband received special impressions which he gladly shared during his live interview:

"The Lord has great plans in store for the Church in the Philippines. The Lord will provide opportunities for more temples and greater access for members of the Church. But right now, we should be happy with the two that we have and the two new that are coming, and leave the future in the hands of the Lord.”
 

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Nice finds sir syntax! Very recent lang pala yung visit nila sa site. Sana may ma-post nang render soon (hindi yung print out na maliit :lol:). Magiging landmark yang temple pag gawa na. :)
 

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^^ Actually sir minimal landscaping na lang ang kailangan kasi napalibutan na ng mature Acacia trees yung lote. Kaya yung mga puno lang sa gitna ng property ang tinumba. Gusto ko yung vibe ng Acacia trees. More the style of Urdaneta and northern provinces kaysa sa palm trees. :) Ngem ag-spray da kuma tapno awan samrid. :lol:
 

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^^ Palagay ko oo sir. Karamihan naman ng churches nila gaya nung sa San Vicente eh open to the public. Tsaka advantage na din para sa kanila yun. Di na kailangan mag door to door pa. :)
 
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