A temple is considered a literal house of the Lord, where members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints go to deepen their commitment to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Inside this holy building, faithful Church members make promises with God and come closer to Him through sacred ceremonies called ordinances.
Visitors are invited to enjoy the botanical gardens, the calming fountain flowing from the temple towards the Christus, and the incredible grounds. While you’re visiting, stop by the visitors’ center for an interactive experience. 了解更多>>
Many locals call it the “Mormon Temple,” but the actual name is the Rome Italy Temple. It is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Temples have been around for a long time. Moses had a tabernacle, Solomon built a beautiful temple, and Jesus taught at the temple in Jerusalem. Today, temples are built all over the world. In over 140 temples worldwide, faithful members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints find opportunities for peaceful reflection and for learning more about God’s Plan of Happiness. Inside temples, couples can be married for eternity, not just “’til death do you part.” Church members can also perform baptisms and other ordinances for their loved ones who died without receiving these blessings.
After a temple is built or renovated, all are welcome to attend a public open house and tour the temple. After a temple has been dedicated, everyone is still welcome to enjoy the beautiful grounds and the visitors’ center. However, entrance into temples is then reserved for faithful members of the Church who wish to participate in the temple ceremonies.
Anyone, regardless of religion, is welcome to visit the Rome Italy Temple grounds, attend worship services in the chapel, research their family history in the FamilySearch Library, tour the visitors’ center, and use the other facilities.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints perform several ordinances in the Rome Temple. Ordinances are sacred acts that create a binding promise between God and a person who wishes to return to God’s presence.
耶穌教導說 洗禮 被要求進入天國。但是那些沒有機會接受洗禮而死去的人呢？
In the Rome Italy Temple, faithful Church members are baptized on behalf of these people—a practice that also took place during the time of the Apostle Paul in the New Testament (1 Corinthians 15:29). Participants dress in white and are baptized by immersion for family members who passed away without having been baptized into His Church. 為死者洗禮 讓那些已經放棄的人有機會選擇是否接受洗禮並跟隨耶穌基督。
這個單詞 恩道門 means gift. Those who receive the temple Endowment receive various blessings, such as greater knowledge of God’s purposes and increased power to resist temptation and follow Jesus Christ.
The Endowment ceremony teaches of God’s love for all of His children and His plan for their happiness. Participants make special two-way promises with God, also known as covenants. They covenant to obey God’s commandments and follow 耶穌基督.作為回報，上帝應許今生會有美好的祝福，並有機會在此生與他作為永恆的家庭一起生活。
Visitors can tour any temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints before they are dedicated for their sacred purposes. Once a temple is dedicated, it becomes a place of worship where faithful members of the Church go to grow closer to God. To preserve the sacred nature of temples once they are dedicated, visitors can enjoy the structure from outside while the entrance is reserved only for faithful members of the Church.
Everyone, regardless of religion, background, or beliefs, is more than welcome to enjoy the peaceful reflection pool and gardens, take a tour in the visitors’ center, learn about the life of Christ through art and murals, and join us on Sunday for uplifting worship services.
Yes. While you can’t go inside the temple itself, you’re more than welcome to enjoy the reflection pool and gardens, take a tour in the visitors’ center, learn about the life of Christ through art and murals,and join us on Sunday for uplifting worship services.
A common nickname for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is “mormon.” Another common nickname is the “LDS Church.” Thus people sometimes refer to the Rome Temple as the “Mormon Temple” or “LDS Temple.”
暱稱“摩門教徒”源於一本經書 摩爾門經：耶穌基督的另一本約書. 了解有關摩爾門經的更多信息。