No. In May of 2023, the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) issued a determination that the properties associated with the Allen ministry, including the tabernacle building, are potentially eligible for listing in the National and Arizona Registers of Historic Places. However, the eligibility does not compel a listing or any further consultation with the state historic preservation officer.
A formal nomination, by the property owner, on the National Register’s registration form, is required to list a property in the National Register of Historic Places. This is a technical document requiring a description of the property and justification for its eligibility, as well as supplementary material such as photos and maps. Once all parts of the form are complete, it is scheduled for a public hearing by the Arizona Historic Sites Review Committee (HSRC). The HSRC meets three times a year, usually in March, July, and November. The HSRC's role is to advise the SHPO on the eligibility of properties and to make recommendations on whether properties should be submitted to the Keeper of the National Register for final determination. If everything is in order and approved then the registration form is submitted to the Keeper, an official of the National Park Service, for final approval.