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Photograph of the northern wall of the Mormon temple in Mesa, Arizona


United States: Wyoming

Following is a statistical profile of the state of Wyoming, which includes a chronological list of the temples, missions, stakes, and districts headquartered there.

Profile of Wyoming

Number of Temples 1 Temple
Number of Missions 1 Mission
Number of Units 17 Stakes
Number of Congregations 142 Wards, 20 Branchs

Wyoming Chronology

Afton Wyoming Stake August 14, 1892
Evanston Wyoming Stake June 5, 1898
Lovell Wyoming Stake May 26, 1901
Rock Springs Wyoming Stake July 18, 1926
Cheyenne Wyoming Stake June 21, 1959
Casper Wyoming Stake October 14, 1962
Riverton Wyoming Stake October 14, 1962
Cody Wyoming Stake January 7, 1973
Green River Wyoming Stake September 22, 1974
Kemmerer Wyoming Stake October 12, 1975
Lyman Wyoming Stake November 21, 1976
Thayne Wyoming Stake October 29, 1978
Gillette Wyoming Stake June 29, 1980
Worland Wyoming Stake October 12, 1980
Laramie Wyoming Stake May 15, 1983
Evanston Wyoming South Stake September 23, 1984
Cheyenne Wyoming East Stake April 21, 2013
Wyoming Mormon Trail Mission January 16, 2015
Star Valley Wyoming Temple Under Construction
"We know that Elijah did return—at least twice—after Malachi's promise. At Christ's transfiguration, Elijah appeared on the mount to Peter, James, and John. At the Kirtland Temple, April 3, 1836, Elijah appeared to the Prophet and Oliver Cowdery and said, 'The keys of this dispensation are committed into your hands.'"
—Russell M. Nelson

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