Monday, June 4, 2012

New Stake in Mexico; Stakes Discontinued in Mexico

Last Sunday, missionaries report that a new stake was created Mexico.  Originally organized in 1987 as a district, the Ciudad del Carmen Mexico District became a stake.  It is unclear how many of the six branches in the former district became wards in the new stake and I will provide this information once it becomes available.

Members report that two stakes were discontinued in the Guadalajara area and a new district was formed.  I will provide more details on the reorganization of stakes in the area once it becomes available.

There are now 224 stakes and 36 districts in Mexico.


TempleRick said...

Here is the final unit information after all changes were made in Guadalajara:

Guadalajara México Bugambilias Stake
- Tlajomulco 2nd Branch
- Buenos Aires Ward
- Bugambilias Ward
- Cruz del Sur Ward
- Patria Ward
- Tlajomulco 1st Ward

Guadalajara México Independencia Stake
- Arquitectura Ward
- Auditorio Ward
- Huentitán Ward
- Independencia Ward
- La Huerta Ward

Guadalajara México Lomas Stake
- Belenes Ward
- Lomas Ward
- Nuevo México Ward
- Residencial Ward
- Tesistan Ward
- Valdepeñas Ward

Guadalajara México Reforma Stake
- Bosque Ward
- Camichines Ward
- Libertad Ward
- Reforma Ward
- Río Verde Ward
- Tonalá Ward

Guadalajara México Tlaquepaque Stake
- Central Ward
- Industrial Ward
- Las Juntas Ward
- Tapatío Ward
- Tlaquepaque Ward

Guadalajara México Unión Stake
- Tala Branch
- Estancia Ward
- Moctezuma Ward
- Naciones Unidas Ward
- Primavera Ward
- Providencia Ward

Chapala México District
- Ajijic Branch
- Mezcala Branch
- Ocotlan Branch
- Tizapán Branch

Downtownchrisbrown said...

Wow, all of those stakes are still so small. Could we see further reductions in the near future?