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Temple Hill is a campus of buildings owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints. These buildings serve different purposes in worship, education, and helping others grow closer to each other and  Christ.  Please feel free to contact any of our facilities to get more information.

Templo ng Oakland

Ang Oakland California Temple ay itinuturing na isang literal na bahay ng Panginoon ng mga miyembro ng The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ang pangunahing layunin ng templo ay upang magbigay ng mga ordenansa at pagpapala sa mga miyembro sa lugar ng Oakland. Kasama sa mga ordenansa ang endowment, kasal, at bautismo.

Ang mga miyembro lamang ng Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints na may isang aktibong rekomendasyon sa templo ang pinapayagan na makapasok sa loob ng Oakland California Temple.

For more information pindutin dito.

Templo ng Oakland

4770 Lincoln Ave, Oakland, CA 94602

(510) 531-3200

Mga Iskedyul ng Ordinansa at Impormasyon ng Patron

(Open only for living ordinances.)

Malinis na banyo at libreng WiFi na magagamit sa Visitors 'Center.

Libreng Paradahan.


Mga Bisita 'Center


The Visitors’ Center features clean restrooms, free parking, and cold water fountains so you can refresh yourself while visiting the Temple Hill grounds.

The Visitors’ Center offers free tours led by helpful missionary guides. They are volunteers that come from all around the world to give service to you and your loved ones. They collectively speak over 10 different languages, so just ask them if you have a certain language you feel most comfortable conversing in. These missionaries are expert guides who will help you have a personalized and unique experience at Temple Hill.

For more information pindutin dito.

Center ng Mga Bumibisita sa Temple Hill

4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602

(510) 328-0044

Mon-Sun: 7 am – 8:30 pm

Magagamit ang Mga Personal at Pangkat na Paglilibot

Virtual Tours Available

Libreng Paradahan. Libreng wifi.

Clean Restrooms and Water Fountains (All Buildings Currently Closed)

Church Center

The Temple Hill Church Center has 170 rooms, with floor space totaling 1½ acres. The large rooms are used for teaching medium/large groups while the small rooms are provided for teaching groups of 3-12 people. The halls are lined with paintings of Christ’s life. With a total of 4,000 pipes, the chapel contains one of the largest organs in the Bay Area. This building is used for cultural events and worship.

Feel free to worship with us.

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Temple Hill Church Center

4780 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602

 (925) 255-3172

Mga Serbisyo sa Linggo ng Simbahan

Umaga na

9:00 am - Espanyol

9:00 am - Tongan

11:00 am - Tongan

11:30 am - Cambodian


1:00 pm - English

1:00 pm - Mandarin

2:00 pm - English

Inimbitahan ang mga Bisita. Libreng Paradahan.

FamilySearch Library

The FamilySearch Library at Temple Hill attracts visitors from all over the world that come to find information about their ancestors. The library offers free access to genealogical data for billions of deceased ancestors from around the globe. The Oakland FamilySearch Library is a free community resource to the Bay Area and everyone is welcome to come and use it.

Oakland FamilySearch Library

4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602

(510) 531-3905

Oakland FamilySearch Wiki

Sun-Mon: Closed

Tue-Sat: 10 am – 5 pm

Magagamit ang Tagubilin sa Personal at Pangkat.

Inimbitahan ang mga Bisita. Libreng Paradahan.

Oakland Distribution Services

The Distribution Services offers Church materials and clothing at a decent price. They hold a large selection of Bibles, Books of Mormon, and other religious texts. They carry also carry artwork, posters, lesson manuals, study guides, uplifting music, and more.

Oakland Distribution Services

4915 Lincoln Way, Oakland, CA 94602

(510) 531-9767

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Lunes: Sarado

Tuesday–Thursday: 10 am – 2 pm

Friday: 10 am – 5 pm

Saturday: 10 am – 2 pm

Linggo: Sarado

Temple Hill Events

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