Thursday, May 7, 2009

Change in Congregations

  • Phoenix Arizona Deer Valley Stake: Pinnacle Vista Ward created
  • Phoenix Arionza East Stake: Catalina (Spanish) Branch created
  • Mesa Arizona Kimball Stake: Escalante (Spanish) Branch created
  • Colorado Springs Colorado Stake: two wards dissolved
  • Colorado Springs East Stake: Meridian Ward created
  • Golden Colorado Stake: one ward dissolved
  • Wilmington Delaware Stake: one ward created
  • Savannah Georgia Stake: one ward created from one branch
  • Idaho Falls South Stake: one ward dissolved
  • Farmington New Mexico Stake: Tres Rios (Spanish) Branch created
  • Charlotte North Carolina South Stake: Catawba 2nd Ward created
  • Gilmer Texas Stake: one branch dissolved
  • Weatherford Texas Stake: Weatherford 2nd (YSA) Branch created
  • Newport News Virginia Stake: one branch dissolved
  • Pembroke Virginia Stake: Floyd Branch created
  • Roanoke Virginia Stake: one ward created from one branch
  • Kearns Utah South Stake: two wards dissolved
  • Providence Utah South Stake: Millville 5th Ward created
  • Salt Lake Utah (Tongan) Stake: Layton 5th (Tongan) Branch created
  • Taylorsville Utah South Stake: one ward created from one branch, one ward dissolved
  • Redmond Washington Stake: Big Rock Ward created

Change in Wards: +2

Change in Branches: +1

3 comments:

Matthew said...

Hey Matt,

Very interesting blog. I'm currently working on a history of stakes/wards in the Tucson, AZ area. What resources are you using? I have access to (some) local resources for history, but am wondering if there might be anything online that might show stake/ward boundaries, etc.

Thanks for your help; I'll be continuing to follow this blog.

Matt said...

I have kept a record of how many wards and branches are in each stake in the United States since 2004. This information is accessed from the Church's stake and ward websites. As for boundary information, you can get some of that information from the maps.lds.org site. If you live in the Tucson area I recommend that you talk to one of your priesthood leaders and they could probably get any information you needed on Church units in the past and boundaries as presently constituted.

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