Two days after announcing plans to build a 24th temple in Utah, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released renderings of two previously named Beehive State temples.

The Tooele Valley Temple, announced a year ago, will be three stories and contain about 70,000 square feet, according to a Tuesday news release. It will be built northwest of the intersection of Erda Way and Highway 36 in Erda.

(Image courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Rendering of the Tooele Valley Temple.

The Washington County Temple, the second such edifice in St. George, also will be three stories but a bit larger, approximately 90,000 square feet.

(Image courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Rendering of Washington County Temple.

This temple, announced in fall 2018, is to go up on a 14-acre site northeast of 1580 S. 3000 East.

The Washington County Temple will have a golden Angel Moroni statue atop its steeple, the renderings show, while the Tooele Valley one will not. More and more of the church’s recently announced temples are being built without this iconic figure, which represents Moroni, a prophet in the faith’s signature scripture, the Book of Mormon.

Interior renderings of the planned temples are not yet available. No groundbreaking dates have been set.

St. George’s pioneer-era temple, the faith’s first in Utah when it was dedicated in 1877, closed last fall to undergo extensive renovation and is expected to reopen in 2022.

The state’s 24th Latter-day Saint temple, announced Sunday by church President Russell M. Nelson, will be built in Syracuse.

(Photo courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Removal of the west end of the St. George Temple, added in the 1970s to accommodate an elevator, begins Jan. 20, 2020 in St. George. A new addition with an updated elevator and utilities system will go in its place. The anticipated completion of renovation on the temple is 2022.