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Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis is not only the capital of Indiana but it is well known as the “Racing Capital of the World.” Indiana is one of the most accessible cities in the United States.

LDS Population

LDS Members make up 0.58% of the population of Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Indiana Temple is anticipated to be completed in 2015. In the state of Indiana there are 41,290 members in 11 stakes, 68 wards, 31 branches, and 1 mission.

LDS History

Missionaries Samuel H. Smith and Reynolds Cahoon preached in the cities of Unionville, Madison and Vienna during the summer of 1831. Other missionaries came shortly thereafter, including Parley P. and Orson Pratt. The first branches were organized in September 1831, and the first conference was held on 29 November 1831. Many early saints were from Indiana, including Elder David W. Patten of the Quorum of the Twelve. The first stake in Indiana, the Indianapolis Stake, was organized by Elder Spencer W. Kimball of the Quorum of the Twelve on 17 May 1959. The Great Lakes Mission, created in 1949 from the Northern States Mission, was renamed the Indiana Indianapolis Mission in 1974.

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114 miles S of Indianapolis

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Two downtown landmarks, Monument Circle and Indiana War Memorial Plaza, are among America’s great urban spaces. Visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, built 101 years ago, or the legendary Hinkle Fieldhouse, site of the 1954 “Milan Miracle” that inspired the basketball film Hoosiers.

Indianapolis News


About 829,718 people call Indianapolis home. It is the 13th largest city in the United States and the 29th largest metropolitan area in the United States. Historically, Indianapolis has oriented itself around government and industry, particularly manufacturing.