The Church has discontinued the Tres Arroyos Argentina District. Comprising only two branches in the city of Tres Arroyos, the district was consolidated with the neighboring Necochea Argentina District. Prospects appear favorable for the organization of a stake from the realigned Necochea Argentina District as the district now has seven branches. Although the closure of districts generally correlates with problems pertaining to leadership development, member activity and convert retention rates, and small numbers of convert baptisms, this particular instance has appeared warranted due to the district containing only two branches for what has appeared to be its entire duration of operating from 2004 to 2013.
There are now 72 stakes and 34 districts in Argentina.