LDS Realtors in Jackson/Madison, MS

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Jackson/Madison, Mississippi

The current slogan for the city is “Jackson, Mississippi: City with Soul.” Jackson is ranked 3rd out of America’s 100 largest metro areas for the best “Bang For Your Buck” city according to Forbes magazine. Madison is part of the Jackson Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is currently the highest income city in the state. It is ranked the 2nd most livable city in Mississippi by

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 0.44% of the population of the Jackson/Madison area. The state of Mississippi has 20,377 members, 4 stakes, 28 wards, and 16 branches.

LDS History

Missionaries John D. Hunter and Benjamin L. Clapp arrived in Tishomingo County in 1839. On December 26, 1839, Hunter reported they baptized six people. Seven more were baptized in 1840 by Norvel M. Head. Five more people were baptized on December 1, 1841, by elders Daniel Tyler and R. D. Sheldon. Missionary work in Mississippi halted during the Civil War. This was resumed in 1877 with the arrival of W. H. Crawford and others. The Baldwin Branch was organized on July 27, 1877. In 1880, opposition tried, but failed to enlist the governor’s help in forcing missionaries to leave the state. The first two stakes in Mississippi (Jackson and Hattiesburg) were created in 1965. A monument at Mormon Springs where many of the early saints were baptized was dedicated in memory of the early pioneers from Mississippi, known as the Mississippi Saints.

Family Friendliness

There are so many fun things to do in Jackson, the largest city in Mississippi. So many family-friendly places to discover in the metro area not to mention a hundred events, from heritage festivals to antique shows and symphony concerts to sports classics. Small-town flavor nestled close to the amenities of a large metropolitan area, Madison also offers an international doorway to business, recreational and educational experiences through its sister city relationship with Solleftea, Sweden.

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About 175,314 people call Jackson home. Jackson is the capital and largest city of the U.S. state of Mississippi. Located south of the Yazoo River, it is considered to be at the southern border of the Mississippi Delta. Madison has a population of 16,930. The five-county Jackson metropolitan area has a population of 539,057.


The July high is around 93 degrees and the January low is 37. The Jackson/Madison area gets 49 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 1 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 104. On average, there are 211 sunny days per year in Jackson, MS.

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