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Stake

A stake is a group of local Church congregations. A stake generally consists of about 3,000 to 5,000 members in five to ten congregations.

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A stake is a group of local Church congregations. A stake generally consists of about 3,000 to 5,000 members in five to ten congregations.

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Scriptures

Scripture References

Scripture Study Resources

  • Topical Guide, “Stake

  • Guide to the Scriptures, “Stake

Messages from Church Leaders

Additional Messages

Videos

“The Stake Self-Reliance Committee”

“Cape Verde, Land of Light”

Learning Resources

General Resources

The Work of Salvation in the Ward and Stake,” Handbook 2, 5

Stake Organization,” Handbook 2, 15

Stake Meetings,” Handbook 2, 18.3

Church Magazines

E. Jack and Sister Pamela Kellerstrass, “First Stake in India Organized,” Ensign, October 2012

Nenita Y. Ramirez, “Saints in Burgos Philippines Stake,” Ensign, April 2003

Kellene Ricks Adams, “Shepherding in Mississippi’s Jackson Stake,” Ensign, April 1996

Richard O. Cowan, “Stakes Reflect Worldwide Growth,” Ensign, August 1971

Study Manuals

In the News

Stake,” Newsroom

Stake President,” Newsroom

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Creates 3,000th Stake,” Newsroom

Apostle Creates First Stake in Russia,” Newsroom

Apostle Visits, Establishes First Guam Stake,” Newsroom

Strength of Latter-day Saint Congregations Celebrated,” Newsroom

Teachings of Presidents of the Church

Media

Audio

After the Quake—Prosner Colin,” Why I Believe, episode 69

Music

Images