LDS Realtors in Manchester, NH

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Manchester, New Hampshire

Manchester, a city with an impressive past, is sailing into a great future on the winds of reinvention and restoration. The beautiful Merrimack River flows through a city whose prized assets include historic landmarks and cultural institutions, a thriving downtown and exciting 21st-century technologies and architecture. From the dazzling, 10,000-seat Verizon Wireless Arena downtown, to the stylish Millyard district, Manchester is a renaissance city. Just an hour’s drive from Boston, this most livable city is also served by the very convenient Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 0.63%% of the population of Manchester. The state of New Hampshire has 8,231 members in three stakes, 16 wards, five branches, and one mission.

LDS History

Orson Pratt and Lyman E. Johnson were the first Latter-day Saints to visit New Hampshire. They preached in Bath in the northwestern part of the state in the spring of 1832, baptizing 15 — among them future apostle Amasa M. Lyman — and organized New Hampshire’s first branch. In January 1928, New Hampshire was transferred to the Canadian Mission and then in October 1937 became part of the newly established New England Mission. Three years later, the six elders and two sister missionaries assigned to New Hampshire were working in the state’s two largest cities, Manchester and Nashua, as well as the smaller town of Keene, and reported there were 43 members of the Church in the state.

Family Friendliness

A bustling urban center in quiet New England, Manchester, New Hampshire combines history, industry and business. The Amoskeag Millyard is home to The Millyard Museum, which tracks the history of what is now Manchester back 11,000 years. The Currier Museum of Art focuses on paintings by big names like Picasso and O’Keeffe.

Boston Massachusetts Temple

53 miles SE of Manchester


The 2012 population estimate was 110,209. The Manchester-Nashua metropolitan area, with an estimated population in 2012 of 402,922, is home to nearly one-third of the population of New Hampshire. Manchester is the largest city in the U.S. state of New Hampshire and the tenth largest city in New England.


The July high is around 82 degrees and the January low is 12. Manchester, NH, gets 40 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 61 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 123. On average, there are 195 sunny days per year in Manchester, NH.

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