Champaign/Urbana, IL

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Champaign/Urbana, Illinois

There is no shortage of ways to be entertained in Champaign. One can enjoy the events at the University of Illinois, explore the great outdoors or scope out the latest in cultural art.

LDS Population

With one Stake in the Champaign area, LDS Members make up .84% of the population.

LDS History

Physically weak from months of imprisonment in Missouri, Joseph Smith and other leaders were permitted to escape from prison in Missouri. They rejoined the Latter Day Saints in Commerce by May 1839. He renamed the town “Nauvoo”, meaning “to be beautiful.” Latter Day Saints often referred to Nauvoo as “the city beautiful,” or “the city of Joseph.”

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Climate

Current Weather

Champaign
34°
clear sky
humidity: 51%
wind: 14mph W
H 31 • L 28
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Wed
43°
Thu
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86 Degree

July Average High Temp

18 Degree

January Low Temp

ST. Louis Missouri Temple

180 miles SW of Cahmpaign

Family Friendly

In Champaign, you get the best of urban life in a friendly, smaller city. With the world-class University of Illinois and a vibrant downtown, Champaign offers arts, culture, and diversity like few other cities its size. An extensive park system, a world-class library and urban shopping choices there is something for everyone!

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Demographics:

Champaign was founded in 1860. Champaign has a population of 82,517. In 2013, Champaign was rated fifth best place in the United States for a healthy work-life balance. Champaign is located 135 miles south of Chicago, 124 miles west of Indianapolis, Indiana, and 178 miles northeast of St. Louis, Missouri.