Regina Saskatchewan Temple

Regina Temple Audio Visual Upgrade

The Regina Saskatchewan Temple, completed in 1999, was the fourth temple built in Canada and the first built in Saskatchewan. The Regina Temple was dedicated on the same day as the Halifax Nova Scotia Temple, marking the first time that two dedications were held on the same day. In order to enhance the patron experience within the temples, the church began an extensive upgrade of the current audio visual equipment within Canadian temples in 2021. The Regina Temple was the second temple to receive this upgrade. The 2021 project included; audio visual and electrical renovations to several instruction rooms, involving substantial remodeling of the millwork, framing, and finishing work. Additionally, the project included gold leafing and wallpaper elements.

Year Completed

2021

Architect

Verne Reimer Architecture – Winnipeg, Manitoba

Owner

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Contract Type

Project Management

Self Perform