The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Washington
As of January 1, 2013 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reported 271,625 members in 56 stakes, 528 Congregations (463 wards and 65 branches), five missions, and three temples in Washington.
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On July 26, 1897, the Northwestern States Mission was organized to search out Latter Day Saints who had moved Washington, Oregon, and Montana. On January 1, 1968, The Pacific Northwest Mission was created with Joe E. Whitesides as president. On June 10, 1970 its name changed to the Washington Mission and ultimately the Washington Seattle Mission on June 20, 1974. As of 2008, Washington is home to 5 missions with two more announced to be created July 2013.
|Washington Everett Mission||1 Jul 2001|
|Washington Federal Way Mission||July 2013|
|Washington Kennewick Mission||1 Jul 2002|
|Washington Seattle Mission||1 Jan 1968|
|Washington Spokane Mission||1 Jul 1978|
|Washington Tacoma Mission||1 Jul 1990|
|Washington Vancouver Mission||July 2013|
Washington currently has three temples in operation.
|19. Seattle Washington|
Bellevue, Washington, US
|59. Spokane Washington|
Veradale, Washington US
|107. Columbia River Washington|
Richland, Washington, US
- LDS Newsroom (Washington)
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Official Site
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Visitors Site
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