Bellingham, WA

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Bellingham, Washington

Bellingham is acclaimed for its small-city flavor, easy access to outdoor opportunities in the San Juan Islands and North Cascades Mountains as well as proximity to the cosmopolitan cities of Vancouver, in British Columbia, and Seattle.

LDS Population

LDS Members make up 2.70% of the population of Bellingham, WA. In the state of Washington there are 149,089 members in 36 stakes, 253 wards, 50 branches, 3 missions, and 3 temples.

LDS History

In 1852, John Bozarth, a Church member who had lived in Nauvoo, Ill., settled on the Lewis River in Washington Territory. In 1854 four missionaries serving in California, John Hughes, Clark Faben, Alfred Bybee, and Silas Harris, were sent to labor in the Washington and Oregon territories. Many Church members worked on the construction of the Northern Pacific and Oregon Short Line railroads in the 1880s and a few later moved into the Northwest.

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Current Weather

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humidity: 82%
wind: 1mph SSE
H 51 • L 49
74 Degree

July Average High Temp

30 Degree

January Low Temp

Vancouver BC Temple

52 miles NW of Bellingham

Family Friendly

Bellingham – Be inspired by magnificent scenery. Be challenged by a culture of outdoor recreation including hiking, biking, running, climbing, camping, kayaking, sailing, golf and snow sports. Be entertained by artists and musicians in charming villages and venues. Be playful at uncrowded shorelines, parks and family attractions.

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Bellingham is the twelfth-largest city in Washington, with 80,885 residents at the 2010 Census, or fifth-largest by metropolitan area after Seattle-Tacoma, the northern side of the Portland metropolitan area, Spokane metro area, and the Tri-Cities.