Wichita, Kansas

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Wichita, KS

Wichita’s hub for arts and entertainment is Downtown. Wichita State University, a public state university in Kansas, is the only urban-serving research university in the Kansas Board of Regents’ system.

LDS Population

LDS Members make up 1.47% of the Wichita population. There are 3 stakes in the Wichita area: Olathe Stake, Lenexa Stake and Wichita Stake.

LDS History

Missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints taught Shawnee and Delaware Indians in the Kansas area in 1831. In 1846, Church joined the Mormon Battalion. In 1882, missionaries arrived in Kansas and organized the Meridian Branch. By 1930, Church membership in Kansas was 2,060 with congregations established in Blau, Kansas City, Leavenworth, St. John, Topeka, and Wichita. The first stake (diocese) in Kansas was organized in June 1962.

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Climate

Current Weather

Wichita
57°
scattered clouds
humidity: 41%
wind: 7mph E
H 57 • L 56
68°
Thu
71°
Fri
83°
Sat
73°
Sun
93 Degree

July Average High Temp

20 Degree

January Low Temp

Oklahoma City Temple

90 miles S of Wichita

Family Friendly

Sedgwick County Zoo, Botanica: The Wichita Gardens, Mosley Street Melodrama, Museum of World Treasures, and the Arkansas River Trail are just a few of the top rated attractions in Wichita, Kansas.

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Demographics

Wichita has a population of 382,368 and the larger Wichita-Winfield combined statistical area is 672,393. Founded in 1863 and incorporated in 1870, the city began as a trading post on the Chisholm Trail. It became a key destination for cattle drives traveling north from Texas to access railroads, earning it the nickname “Cowtown.”