Church Creates New Missions in Europe, Asia
    Footnotes

    “Church Creates New Missions in Europe, Asia,” Ensign, July 1990, 79

    Church Creates New Missions in Europe, Asia

    Eight new missions have been organized in Europe this year, and three new ones in Asia, bringing to twenty-seven the number of missions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints organized in 1990. As of July 1, there were 253 missions and 14 missionary training centers.

    The eleven new missions are:

    Belgium Antwerp, from the Netherlands Amsterdam Mission: no stakes, about 1,100 members, a total population of more than 6 million in northern Belgium.

    Czechoslovakia Prague, from the Austria Vienna East Mission: more than 200 members in a total population of 15.6 million in the country of Czechoslovakia.

    Germany Düsseldorf, from the Germany Frankfurt and Germany Munich missions: 2 stakes, about 4,300 members, a total population of more than 16 million in the west-central part of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Greece Athens, from the Austria Vienna East Mission: no stakes, about 470 members, a total population of more than 100 million in the nation of Greece.

    Hungary Budapest, from the Austria Vienna East Mission: no stakes, about 70 members, a total population of nearly 11 million in the nation of Hungary.

    Italy Padova, from the Italy Milan and Italy Rome missions: 1 stake, almost 3,000 members, more than 14 million total population in north-central and northeastern Italy.

    Japan Okinawa, from the Japan Kobe Mission: 1 stake, about 3,900 members, a total population of more than 1.4 million on Okinawa and other islands in the Ryukyu chain.

    Philippines San Pablo, from the Philippines Manila Mission: two stakes, about 8,200 members, a total population of more than 5.7 million in a west-central portion of the Philippines.

    Philippines Tacloban, from the Philippines Cebu Mission: no stakes, almost 4,500 members, a total population of more than 3.1 million in an east-central portion of the Philippines.

    Poland Warsaw, from the Austria Vienna Mission: no stakes, about 160 members, a total population of more than 37 million in the nation of Poland.

    Portugal Lisbon South, from the Portugal Lisbon (now Portugal Lisbon North) Mission: two stakes, about 7,600 members, more than 4.1 million total population in southern Portugal and the Azores, Madeira, and Cape Verde islands.