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Cary, North Carolina

Cary is a thriving community in the heart of the Triangle area of North Carolina, between Raleigh and renowned Research Triangle Park. The Triangle area repeatedly has ranked among the top regions in the country to live or work, to find a home or start a business, to raise a family or retire. The Raleigh-Durham International Airport is located north of Cary via Interstate 40 between Cary, Raleigh and Durham.


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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 0.99%% of the population of Cary. The state of North Carolina has 71,737 members in 15 stakes, 102 wards, 42 branches, 2 missions, and 1 temple in Raleigh.

LDS History

The first known missionary to enter North Carolina was Jedediah M. Grant. On 18 May 1838, he reported that he had preached for six months. On 12 July 1845, he had organized a conference of 200 members in seven branches. Little work was done in North Carolina until March 1868 when a Southern convert, Henry G. Boyle, reported that he had held 40 public meetings, baptized 30 members and organized the Surrey County Branch. The Southern States Mission was created on 9 October 1876 to include North Carolina. Anti-Mormon sentiment in North Carolina was occasionally strong. On 16 January 1906, a newly completed meetinghouse on Harker’s Island was burned, and the missionaries were driven out by a mob but after the turn of the century, public attitudes generally improved and missionaries were offered more freedom to preach.

Family Friendliness

Let your senses guide you to and around Cary–home of renowned restaurants, endless shopping, booming business, quality entertainment and an unforgettable cultural and recreational experience. It’s no wonder that Money magazine has frequently ranked Cary one of the Best Places to Live in the country. In fact, Cary consistently makes the honor roll among the nation’s top cities, being recognized as one of the Safest Places to Live in America, Best Places to Retire and Best Places to Raise a Family in the United States.

Raleigh NC Temple

12 miles E of Cary


Cary is the second largest municipality in that county and the third largest municipality in The Triangle after Raleigh and Durham. The town’s population was 135,234 as of the 2010 census. Cary is currently the second most populous incorporated town (behind only Gilbert, Arizona) in the United States.


The July high is around 88 degrees and the January low is 27. Cary, NC, gets 43 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 9 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 96. On average, there are 217 sunny days per year in Cary, NC.

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