Mormonism in Pictures: Chapels Dot the Globe

by | Nov. 21, 2013

Official Church Info

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has more than 15 million members worldwide, the majority of whom live outside the United States. Church congregations exist in over 150 countries and territories. In this Mormonism in Pictures, Mormon Newsroom provides a sampling of the Church's meetinghouses that dot the globe where more than 29,000 congregations meet each week for worship services.


A beautiful chapel in Madagascar. The first member in Madagascar was Razanapanala Rameandricso, who was baptized in Bordeaux, France, in 1986. He returned to Madagascar in 1989 and began teaching the gospel to a small group of people in his home. Photo from Newsroom.LDS.org.


A Church courtyard in Haiti is filled with tents sheltering community members displaced by the earthquake in 2010. Photo from Newsroom.LDS.org.

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