The First Presidency has issued the following statistical report of the Church for 2010. As of December 31, 2010, there were 2,896 stakes, 340 missions, 614 districts, and 28,660 wards and branches.
Total membership of the Church at the end of 2010 was 14,131,467.
There were 120,528 new children of record in the Church, and 272,814 converts were baptized in 2010.
The number of full-time missionaries serving at the end of the year was 52,225.
The number of Church-service missionaries serving was 20,813, many of whom live at home and are called to support a variety of Church functions.
Four temples were dedicated during the year: the Vancouver British Columbia Temple in Canada; The Gila Valley Arizona Temple in the United States; the Cebu City Philippines Temple; and the Kyiv Ukraine Temple.
The Laie Hawaii Temple in the United States was rededicated in 2010.
The total number of temples in operation throughout the world was 134.
Elders W. Grant Bangerter, Adney Y. Komatsu, Hans B. Ringger, LeGrand R. Curtis, Richard P. Lindsay, Donald L. Staheli, and Richard B. Wirthlin, former members of the Quorums of the Seventy; Barbara B. Smith, former Relief Society general president; Ruth H. Funk, former Young Women general president; Norma Jane B. Smith, former counselor in the Young Women general presidency; Helen Fyans, widow of Elder J. Thomas Fyans, an emeritus General Authority; Arnold D. Friberg, artist and illustrator; and J. Elliot Cameron, former Church commissioner of education.