LDS Realtors in Worcester, MA

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Worcester, Massachusetts

Worcester is the second largest city in New England after Boston. It was considered its own region for centuries; however, with the encroachment of Boston’s suburbs, it now marks the western periphery of the Boston-Worcester-Manchester U.S. Census Combined Statistical Area, or Greater Boston. The city features many examples of Victorian-era mill architecture.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 0.35% of the population of Worcester. In the state of Massachusetts there are 24,965 members in 4 stakes, 38 wards, 13 branches, 1 mission, and 1 temple.

LDS History

During the 1830s, Massachusetts was an important destination for missionaries from Kirtland and other Church centers further west, and several branches were established. Following the organization of the Quorum of the Twelve in 1835, the apostles visited the eastern branches. During this trip they grouped branches into geographically defined “conferences” (in later years known as districts), the first time this had been done in the Church. In August 1835, they were in Bradford to organize the Massachusetts Conference, which covered the entire state. In 1845, Jedediah M. Grant wrote that Boston had more Latter-day Saints than any other eastern city — somewhere between 300 and 400.

Family Friendliness

New England is a dynamic area rich in culture and natural beauty. Central Massachusetts in particular, is an area that fully exhibits the character of New England. Rolling hills and deep woodlands create a landscape that has been the centerpiece of countless works of art. Country towns with smiling locals and rising metropolitan areas come together to form the heart of New England.

Boston Massachusetts Temple

47 miles E of Worcester


About 181,045 people call Worcester home. It is located approximately 40 miles west of Boston, and 38 miles east of Springfield. Due to its location in Central Massachusetts, amidst Massachusetts’ major metropolitan regions, Worcester is known as the “Heart of the Commonwealth”, thus, a heart is the official symbol of the city.


The July high is around 81 degrees and the January low is 17. Worcester, MA, gets 45 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 58 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 127. On average, there are 197 sunny days per year in Worcester, MA.

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