LDS Realtors/Agents - Little Rock, AR

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Little Rock, Arkansas

Arkansas’s capital city, Little Rock began on the Arkansas River and years later it’s still the place to be with the bustling River Market District featuring restaurants, shops, bars, museums and hotels. Focal points in the area are the Clinton Presidential Center & Park, neighboring world headquarters of Heifer International with its Heifer Village, and the Central Arkansas Nature Center.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 1.07% of Little Rock’s population. The state of Arkansas has 27,559 members, 5 stakes , 35 wards and 27 branches, and 1 mission.

LDS History

Elders Wilford Woodruff and Henry Brown arrived as missionaries in Bentonville on January 28, 1835. Woodruff’s teachings led to the baptism of a Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hubbel, the first converts in Arkansas, on 22 February 1835. The year 1857 marked a tragic era in Church history in Arkansas. Elder Parley P. Pratt was murdered on May 13, 1857 near Alma, Arkansas.

Family Friendliness

Little Rock’s attractions are as diverse as the city’s landscape, and offer a wide variety of fun. Little Rock wrote the book on great Arkansas vacation ideas from history, arts and culture, sustainability, nature, sports, urban outdoor adventure, a Presidential library and everything in between.

 Memphis Tennessee Temple

137 miles NE of Little Rock



Little Rock is the capital and is the largest city of the state of Arkansas with a population of 193,524. Located near the geographic center of Arkansas, Little Rock derives its name from a small rock formation on the south bank of the Arkansas River called la Petite Roche (French: “the little rock”).


Little Rock lies in the humid subtropical climate zone, with hot, humid summers and mild winters, with usually little snow. The July high is around 92 degrees and the January low is 32. It has experienced temperatures as low as −12 °F (−24 °C), which was recorded on February 12, 1899, and as high as 114 °F (46 °C), which was recorded on August 3, 2011.

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