Lubbock, TX

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Lubbock, Texas

Lubbock’s nickname is the “Hub City”, which derives from it being the economic, education, and health care hub of a multicounty region commonly called the South Plains.

LDS Population

LDS Members make up 1.21% of the state of Texas’ population with 1.41% of the population of Lubbock being LDS. Overall, there are 296,141 members, 49 stakes, 3 districts, 557 Congregations (413 wards and 105 branches), 8 missions, and 4 temples in Texas.

LDS History

Due to increased persecution around Nauvoo, Joseph Smith realized that he would have to relocate the Church outside the borders of the United States. The Republic of Texas was considered by Smith a place where the Church members would be able to peacefully practice their religion. The prophet began to negotiate with Sam Houston, president of the Texas Republic, for the southern and western portions of Texas for the future Latter-day Saint nation.

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Climate

Current Weather

Lubbock
88°
clear sky
humidity: 45%
wind: 2mph N
H 90 • L 89
85°
Sun
84°
Mon
88°
Tue
80°
Wed
90+ Degree

July Average High Temp

32- Degree

January Low Temp

Lubbock Texas Temple

Dedicated April 21, 2002

Family Friendly

The National Ranching Heritage Center, The Silent Wings Museum and the Buddy Holly Museum are just a few of the fun and interesting places to visit while in Lubbock with your family and friends.

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Demographics

Lubbock has a population of 229,573 people. The city is home to three universities: Lubbock Christian University, Texas Tech University, and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. The area is the largest contiguous cotton-growing region in the world and is heavily dependent on irrigation water drawn from the Ogallala Aquifer.