Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday dedicated a temple in Meridian, Idaho — the fifth in the state.

The Utah-based LDS Church announced the temple in April 2011 and broke ground Aug. 23, 2014. It becomes the LDS Church’s 158th temple worldwide.

Marble used inside the temple was quarried from Egypt, Italy and Spain, according to a release from the LDS Church. The dome of the temple is octagonal and covered with titanium shingles that change color — from brown to gold to tan — depending on the sunlight, the release states.

In April, LDS President Thomas Monson announced that a sixth Idaho temple will be built in Pocatello.