Statistical Report, 2011

Presented by Brook P. Hales

Secretary to the First Presidency


 

For the information of the members of the Church, the First Presidency has issued the following statistical report concerning the growth and status of the Church as of December 31, 2011.

Church Units

Stakes

2,946

Missions

340

Districts

608

Wards and Branches

28,784

Church Membership

Total Membership

14,441,346

New Children of Record during 2011

119,917

Converts Baptized during 2011

281,312

Missionaries

Full-Time Missionaries

55,410

Church-Service Missionaries

22,299

Temples

Temples Dedicated during 2011 (San Salvador El Salvador and Quetzaltenango Guatemala)

2

Temples Rededicated during 2011 (Atlanta Georgia)

1

Temples in Operation

136

Former General Church Officers and Others Who Have Passed Away since Last April General Conference

Elders Marion D. Hanks, Jack H Goaslind Jr., Monte J. Brough, Ronald E. Poelman, Keith W. Wilcox, and Harold G. Hillam, all former members of the Quorums of the Seventy; Sisters Joy F. Evans and Chieko N. Okazaki, former counselors in the Relief Society general presidency; Sister Norma Voloy Sonntag, wife of Elder Philip T. Sonntag, a former member of the Seventy; Sister Leola George, widow of Elder Lloyd P. George, a former member of the Seventy; Sister Argelia Villanueva de Alvarez, wife of Elder Lino Alvarez, also a former member of the Seventy; and Brother Wendell M. Smoot Jr., former president of the Tabernacle Choir.