Kansas City, Kansas

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Kansas City, KS

Kansas City, KS is part of the greater metropolitan area neighboring cities on both sides of the state line of Kansas and Missouri, offering a wealth of attractions in every direction.

LDS Population

LDS Members make up 1.74% of the population in Kansas City. In the state of Kansas there are 34,190 members in 7 stakes, 53 wards and 21 branches.

LDS History

The Mormon Trail though the Kansas Territory began in 1854. The migration is estimated as high as 4,000 people passing through to the west. Most of these emigrants were European converts, many from Scandinavian countries unable to speak English. They were met at Westport by William Empey, commissioned by the Latter Day Saints church to purchase wagons, oxen and supplies for the trip across the plains. It was a difficult journey that required much sacrifice and suffering.

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Climate

Current Weather

Kansas City
57°
clear sky
humidity: 34%
wind: 10mph NNE
H 59 • L 58
62°
Thu
55°
Fri
62°
Sat
71°
Sun
90 Degree

July Average High Temp

21 Degree

January Low Temp

Kansas City Missouri Temple

4 miles across the river

Family Friendly

From world-class racing and grand-scale shopping, to distinctive dining and lodging, Kansas City offers a unique experience packed with hospitality, family fun adventures, and spectacular entertainment.

Kansas City News

Demographics:

145,786 people live in Kansas City with a median age of 32.5 . Kansas City is the third-largest city in the state of Kansas. It is situated at Kaw Point, which is the junction of the Missouri and Kansas rivers. It is commonly referred to as “KCK” to differentiate it from Kansas City, Missouri.