Thursday, December 29, 2016

Randolph Tabernacle

It took a long time to build this beautiful little building in Randolph, Utah (population: about 500). In fact, excavation for the building began in 1898, and it wasn't dedicated until 1914, by George Albert Smith.

(Image Source: Church History Library)

(Image Source: Church History Library)
This is a building that is not technically a "tabernacle," as it has never served as anything but a ward chapel. However, it is included on most lists, including Richard Jackson's list in Places of Worship, because of its architectural merits.


The building received a sensitive remodel in 1984, including a one-story addition on the back. This building still houses services every Sunday. It's a beautiful building in a beautiful area.


The building was closed when I visited, but some nice interior pictures can be found here.

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