The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Russia
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In 1843, Joseph Smith called two missionaries, George J. Adams and Orson Hyde, to serve in Russia, but their mission was called after the death of Joseph Smith. In 1887, Joseph M. Tanner reportedly baptized some Russians in Jaffa, Palestine, who then emigrated to Utah. In 1895 August Höglund, a Swedish native, became the first missionary to proselyte in Russia, where he converted the family of Johan M. Lindelof.
As of November 15, 2015, Russia has three stakes.
- Novosibirsk Russia District
- Samara Russia District
- Toliatti Russia District
- Yekaterinburg Russia District
- Russia Moscow Mission
- Russia Novosibirsk Mission
- Russia Rostov-on-Don Mission
- Russia Saint Petersburg Mission
- Russia Samara Mission
- Russia Vladivostok Mission
- Russia Yekaterinburg Mission
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- LDS Meetinghouse Locator. Nearby Congregations (Wards and Branches).
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- James A. Miller, "'That Vast Empire': The Growth of the Church in Russia", Liahona, February 2014
- LDS News and Events - Russia
- LDS Newsroom - Russia
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Official Site (Russia)
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Visitors Site
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