On Sunday, March 29th the 1st district was created in Slovakia: the Bratislava, Slovakia district. I served in the Czech/Slovak mission and have this information from Slovak members. The new district president is from Zilina.
With the creation of the Bratislava Slovakia District, that makes Vienna, Austria a very likely candidate for a temple.This predicted district only accounts for stakes and districts within 200 miles of Vienna. Budapest, Hungary is within 200 miles, but it is also on my list of potential temples, so it is not included. CAPS indicate stake or district is without 200 miles of it's currently assigned temple. (2 stakes, 5 districts)SALZBURG AUSTRIA STAKE (5,2) [FRANKFURT]VIENNA AUSTRIA STAKE (7,2) [FRANKFURT]ZAGREB CROATIA DISTRICT (0,6) [FRANKFURT-ROME]Brno Czech District (0,7) [Freiberg]SZOMBATHELY HUNGARY DISTRICT (0,3) [FREIBERG]BRATISLAVA SLOVAKIA DISTRICT (0,4) [FREIBERG]LJUBLJANA SLOVENIA DISTRICT (0,4) [FRANKFURT-ROME]If Vienna, Austria is announced, it would also cover these stakes and districts (1 stake, 5 districts) (TOTAL 3 STAKES, 10 DISTRICTS)BUDAPEST HUNGARY STAKE (5,9) [FREIBERG]MISKOLC HUNGARY DISTRICT (0,4) [FREIBERG]BUCHAREST ROMANIA DISTRICT (0,11) [FREIBERG]ORADEA ROMÂNIA DISTRICT (0,4) [FREIBERG]CHIŞINAU MOLDOVA DISTRICT (0,4) [FREIBERG]BEOGRAD SERBIA DISTRICT (0,3) [FRANKFURT-ROME]
Sorry, I guess I forgot to include some recent changesOradea Romania District (0,5)Beograd Serbia District (0,4)With Romania and Moldova being reassigned to Freiberg, I have not factored whether these districts would go to Rome (judging by sight, I would say not)
Nice info. What about Macedonia?
March and YTD net Church unit growth:March + 37 W &B; + 18 w + 19 b + 2 st +1 d US +"14; + 10 w +4 b - 1 st Outside US + 23; + 8 w +15 b+ 3 st +1 dYTD +107 + 77 w + 30 b + 7 st +1 d US + 31; + 29 w + 2b + 3 st Outside US + 76; + 48 w+ 28 b + 4 st + 1dRate of growth for wards and branches much higher than corresponding period of previous years. Approximately 75% to 80% higher than in 2013 or 2014.
Hey does anyone have the link to the Facebook page, this monthly letter referred to?
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