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Apr 20, 2011 · Although there are young single adult wards all over the United States, these changes will primarily impact those in Utah and Idaho. For the members along Utah’s Wasatch Front, an additional change will be that all young single adult wards will now be part of a young single adult . Singles wards are set up in areas with high populations of single adults. Young single adult (YSA) wards are intended for single members ages 18 to 30, and single adult wards are generally for single members of ages 31-45. Older single adult members typically attend their family (standard) ward.

Search for addresses, ward names, or general locations, or simply click the map to see which wards meet there. Narrowing Your Search Narrow your search by language spoken during sacrament meeting, ward type, or even sacrament time. LDS Church to Break Up With Singles Wards. Brandon Young April 1 and national reporters as well as Stake Young Single Adult representatives in what will go down as a historic day in LDS church Author: Brandon Young.

Logan Single Adult 1st Ward Bishop Karren: 435-753-0078 Ward Office: 1-435-755-5572 Sunday . In its place are newly formed "young single adult" wards and stakes throughout the state of Utah as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reorganizes, realigns and renames its.

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For now on all wards for unmarried adults ages 18-30 will simply be called young single adult wards and will include those who want to attend, whether they are Author: Manette Newbold. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is building one of a few new Utah stake center facilities in Lehi for its young single adult (YSA) members who live in an urban, non-campus setting Author: Cathy Allred-Daily Herald.