- 1980s • Europe and North America
Some Togolese people who were in Europe and North America for school and work joined the Church. Many later returned to Togo.
- 1996 • Lomé, Togo
Dieudonné Attiogbe, who was baptized in England, contacted the Africa Area Office and was sent the names and addresses of 39 Togolese members who had been baptized abroad. He wrote letters to all of them, and a small group of them began to hold informal church services.
- July 1997 • Lomé
A group was organized in Lomé with Agnon Ameri Didier as presiding elder.
- February 1999 • Lomé
DeMoine A. and Joyce Findlay, senior missionaries from the Côte d’Ivoire Abidjan Mission, arrived in Lomé.
- February 21, 1999 • Lomé
The Lomé Branch was organized with Dieudonné Attiogbe as president.
- July 2000 • Togo
The Church received official recognition in Togo.
- 2000–2006 • Togo
Membership in Togo increased fivefold, to nearly 600 members.
- January 2005 • Lomé
The Tokoin Branch, the second branch in Togo, was organized.
- March 3–6, 2007 • Lomé
Area and local Church leaders toured the mission and met with Yawovi Agboyibo, prime minister of Togo.
- December 20, 2009 • Lomé
The Lomé Togo District was created with Comlan Amegandji as president.
- November 2011 • Lomé
Sisters Rosemary M. Wixom, Primary General President, and Silvia H. Allred, First Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, visited the Saints in Lomé and attended the groundbreaking for a new meetinghouse in Togo.
- August 6–11, 2012 • Accra, Ghana
The young men and young women of the Lomé Togo District traveled to the Accra Ghana Temple to perform baptisms for the dead.
- 2013 • Lomé
LDS Charities began distributing wheelchairs to 1,400 people in Togo.
- August 17, 2013 • Lomé
In conjunction with the All-Africa Mormon Helping Hands Day, members of the Lomé district participated in a project to clean the grounds at Télévision Togolaise.
- December 8, 2013 • Lomé
The Lomé Togo Stake was organized with Kcodgoh Laurent Edgeweblime as stake president.
- October 22, 2017 • Lomé
The Lomé Togo Tokoin Stake, the second stake in Togo, was organized with Mathieu Gbedevi as president.