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Photograph of Jesus Christ and the ancient apostles set in the wall of the Mormon temple in Oakland, California

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Screen Savers


Temples Screen Savers

Windows logo Temples Around the World  |  With Dedication Dates
Updated November 17, 2017
Click this link and select 'Run' to install the Temples Around the World screen saver (158 photographs) on your computer.

Windows logo Temples in the Twilight
Updated November 17, 2017
Click this link and select 'Run' to install the Temples in the Twilight screen saver (158 photographs) on your computer.

Zip file
Mac logo
Temples Around the World (JPG)
Updated November 17, 2017
Click this link, save the file to your hard drive, and unzip it to a folder on your hard drive for a collection of JPG photographs that can be used to make a screen saver by following these instructions for Mac users.

Zip file
Mac logo
Temples in the Twilight (JPG)
Updated November 17, 2017
Click this link, save the file to your hard drive, and unzip it to a folder on your hard drive for a collection of JPG photographs that can be used to make a screen saver by following these instructions for Mac users.


Temples Around the World Slideshow

Slideshow symbol Online Slideshow
Click this link to play a slideshow in your browser showing photographs of all the operating temples of the Church.

Video symbol Video Presentation
Updated November 16, 2017
Click this link and save the file to your Windows desktop. Double-click the file to run. Hit the ESC key to stop playback and exit. Great for offline presentations of all the temples with accompanying music! (9 min. 52 sec.)

Video file symbol Video File (MP4)
Updated November 16, 2017
Right-click this link and save the file to your Windows desktop. Great for offline presentations of all the temples with accompanying music! (9 min. 52 sec.)

"And early in the morning [Jesus] came again into the temple, and all the people came unto him; and he sat down, and taught them."
—John 8:2

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