Exploring & documenting LDS temples, tabernacles, chapels, and more!
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Dedicated in 1882, the Manti Tabernacle was originally an assembly hall that the congregation would divide with curtains in order to hold classes. Eventually, the congregation took out part of the hall to create a first floor that would hold classrooms. Later, an addition was put onto the west side of the building. Currently, the tabernacle is undergoing a renovation. This picture was taken just a couple of weeks before scaffolding and construction crews took over.
While the tabernacle wasn't open when I visited, I have been inside before. I was able to find a picture of the chapel on this site.