Kansas City Missouri Temple
Church members are now found in every major city in the Midwest. Kansas City's first stake was established in 1956. Today there are approximately 100,000 members in Missouri and Kansas organized into 21 stakes where the Church has one operating temple in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Kansas City Missouri Temple will be the second temple built in Missouri, following the St. Louis Missouri Temple (1997). Beautiful white oak harvested from Adam-ondi-Ahman (area north of Kansas City) is used throughout the interior of the Kansas City Missouri Temple.
|Our family at Adam-ondi-Ahman December 2011-this is a pretty good picture for the camera being on a timer only, no photographer. Widget even did good smiling.|
|Look, I'm in the picture too :)|
The Kansas City Missouri Temple, during the open house, will be open to the general public. All who would like to tour the building and grounds for free (but reservations are required). Please check back the KC MO Temple page for reservation information.
I would also be happy to answer any questions you may have about this Temple, or any other of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints temples and buildings (to the best of my abilities).
Have you ever bought a necklace that you liked (from any dept store) then decided it was a little too 'busy'? Did you toss said necklace into your jewelry box thinking some day you would figure out what to do with it? I've got an easy solution, and I will be talking about it in more detail this weekend.
Hope you have a good Friday!