Overview

The Guadalajara Mexico Temple is the 105th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 11th temple completed in Mexico. It is located in Mexico's second largest city of four million residents. Seventeen stakes and nine districts compose the new temple district. Plans have been made to construct a new stake center in the future next to temple, as well.


History

Temple District

The Guadalajara Mexico Temple serves members from 20 stakes and 5 districts headquartered in Jalisco, Aguascalientes, Durango, Guanajuato, Michoacán, Zacatecas, Colima, Nayarit, and Sinaloa:

Jalisco

  1. Chapala Mexico District
  2. Ciudad Guzmán Mexico District
  3. Guadalajara Mexico Bugambilias Stake
  4. Guadalajara Mexico Independencia Stake
  5. Guadalajara Mexico Lomas Stake
  6. Guadalajara Mexico Reforma Stake
  7. Guadalajara Mexico Tlaquepaque Stake
  8. Guadalajara Mexico Union Stake
  9. Puerto Vallarta Mexico Stake

Aguascalientes

  1. Aguascalientes Mexico Jardines Stake
  2. Aguascalientes Mexico Stake

Durango

  1. Durango Mexico Del Valle Stake
  2. Durango Mexico Stake

Guanajuato

  1. Irapuato Mexico Stake
  2. Leon Mexico Stake

Michoacán

  1. Uruapan Mexico Stake
  2. Zamora Mexico Stake

Zacatecas

  1. Fresnillo Mexico Stake
  2. Zacatecas Mexico Stake

Colima

  1. Colima Mexico Stake
  2. Manzanillo Mexico District

Nayarit

  1. Santiago Ixcuintla Mexico District
  2. Tepic Mexico Stake

Sinaloa

  1. Escuinapa Mexico District
  2. Mazatlan Mexico Stake

Temple Presidents

  1. Alejandro Gómez 2019–
  2. Ismael Mendoza 2016–2019
  3. Gilberto J. Cerda 2013–2016
  4. Jaime F. Herrera Sánchez 2010–2013
  5. Von L. Sorensen 2007–2010
  6. Robert S. Gabbitas 2004–2007
  7. Emelio García 2001–2004


See Also


Guadalajara Mexico Temple

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The Guadalajara Mexico Temple is the 105th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and the 11th temple completed in Mexico. It is located in Mexico's second largest city of four million residents. Seventeen stakes and nine districts compose the new temple district. Plans have been made to construct a new stake center in the future next to temple, as well.


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