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COVID-19 and changes to temple worship

According to a news release from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to slow the spread of COVID-19, temple worship will be temporarily changed in the following ways:

  • Where government or other restrictions on public and/or religious gatherings would, in effect, preclude temple activity, proxy and living ordinances will temporarily be suspended.
  • Where government or other restrictions do not preclude all temple activity, the following temple ordinances for living persons will be accommodated as capacity permits by appointment only: husband-and-wife and child-to-parents sealing ordinances and living initiatory and endowment ordinances. On a temporary basis, proxy temple ordinances will not be performed.
  • All patron housing will be closed.
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