“San Juan, Puerto Rico,” Liahona, June 2022.
Brightly colored houses of the La Perla neighborhood enliven the Atlantic coastline of Old San Juan. The first meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Puerto Rico was opened in 1970. Today this US territory has:
23,400 members (approximately)
5 stakes, 1 mission, 39 congregations
8 family history centers, 1 temple (under construction)
In Carolina, a neighbor city of San Juan, Lemsy Santana de Aguayo gives her daughter a kiss. “The Church is family centered,” Lemsy says. “But it supports us by helping members to learn together and strengthen each other.”