Organized in 2008, the Huancavelica Peru District was discontinued. The former district consisted of three branches located in Huancavelica, Lircay, and Pampas. The Church originally operated a single branch in Huancavelica and organized a district following the organization of branches in Lircay and Pampas in the mid-2000s. None of the branches were discontinued. The Huancavelica and Lircay Branches now pertain to the Peru Lima East Mission whereas the Pampas Branch now pertains to the Huancayo Peru Stake. Inadequate numbers of active priesthood holders to fill both district and branch callings and long distances between the three branches in the former district appear the primary reasons for the closure of the district. Member and missionary reports indicate that local leadership remains strong and dedicated.
There are now 98 stakes and 23 districts in Peru.