Come celebrate a new House of the Lord with us! The Feather River Temple will be open to the public for three weeks. Bring your family, friends, and colleagues!
Good News! We will no longer require reservations or tickets for the Feather River Temple Open House! Just come anytime! We will be able to accommodate all guests with no advanced appointment. Just come.
Evenings and Saturdays will be especially busy. We greatly encourage those who can to come during slower times, Monday – Friday.
Open House Hours:
Saturday, Aug 19th, 3 pm – 9 pm
Monday, Aug 21st thru Saturday, Sept 9th 9 am – 9 pm
*last tour begins at 8 pm daily
Available Saturdays at 10am and 7pm. Wednesdays at 6pm. If you need more ASL accommodations, please email info@FeatherRiverTemple.org and let us know when you would like to come so we can be prepared for you.
We are prepared for English, Spanish, Punjabi, Hindi and Hmong. You don’t need an appointment, just show up! If you need assistance in a language that is not listed here, please email info@FeatherRiverTemple.org and we will do our best to make arrangements.
We are prepared for people who want to use a wheelchair or a stroller, no reservations needed. We will even have a few wheelchairs onsite that you can use when you arrive. When you come to the parking area just let the attendant know.
We are ready for groups with no advanced notice. Just come together and your tour can be taken as a group! If you arrive before the rest of your group, we will have a place for you to wait until all arrive.
We are prepared to accommodate a large number of people. Please note that if you come on a Saturday or evenings there may be a line; but even then, we are planning to accommodate your group without much delay.
The temple open house will be an opportunity for church members, friends, and community members to see the interior of the temple, appreciate its craftsmanship, and consider the holy purpose for which it has been built as The House of the Lord.
For a few weeks, the public will be welcome to come and walk the interior halls and rooms of the temple. Come and see this beautiful edifice Latter-day Saints will dedicate to worshiping Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ.
Everyone! During the open house, the temple tours will be open to the public. People of all ages, faiths, abilities, and walks of life are welcome.
Yes! Tours are free! Donations will not be requested or collected.
The busiest times will be evenings and Saturdays. If possible, come on a weekday morning or early afternoon for a less-crowded experience. There will be no tours on Sundays.
Free parking will be provided.
It is estimated that the tour itself will take about an hour.
Guests will begin the tour in the adjacent meetinghouse (Yuba City Stake Center), where they will view a short video about the purpose of temples. Guests will then be guided through the rooms of the temple, learning about the purpose of each room. Volunteers will be available to answer questions.
We hope to create an atmosphere that encourages questions! Volunteers will be available at the temple and in the adjacent meetinghouse to answer questions.
Yes! All ages are welcome to tour the temple.
Yes, strollers are permitted inside the temple. Volunteers will assist in cleaning and wrapping the wheels of the stroller before entering the temple in order to protect the carpet.
People of all abilities will be welcome. The open house will be wheelchair accessible. There will be volunteers available to assist those with special needs. If an ASL interpreter is needed, please use the website chat tool or email to arrange it.
Unfortunately, service animals are not permitted in the temple or on the temple grounds. If assistance is needed, volunteers are available to help.
While there is no dress code, modest attire is encouraged.
While we welcome all to enjoy and observe the temple during the tour, we kindly ask that no picture taking or videoing is done in the temple. Also, smoking, vaping, alcohol, and drugs are not permitted in the temple or on the temple grounds.
After the public open house has concluded and the temple has been dedicated, entrance into the interior will be limited to church members who have prepared for the temple experience and obtained a recommendation. However, all visitors are welcome to church meetinghouses, where Sunday worship services are held. The building adjacent to the temple, the Yuba City Stake Center, is such a meetinghouse.
The temple is located at 1470 Butte House Road, Yuba City, California 95993, on the corner of Butte House Road and Civic Center Boulevard.
Latter-day Saint congregations are organized into geographic areas called stakes, which are grouped together into a temple district. The seven stakes (areas) belonging to the Feather River California Temple District are: Ukiah, Redding, Anderson, Chico, Gridley, Yuba City, and Lincoln.