Let me know if and when it changes. I get pretty good information from a variety
of sources, but there's nothing like first-hand reports. And congratulations on
the growth in your area.
Jon Spencer wrote:
> The website is currently correct. The Stake presidency submitted two
> proposals. The first was to split the stake, but that was denied because we
> a still a little short of the required number of members. However, they had
> already authorized the building of a stake center next to the temple, which
> we are eagerly awaiting. The building is coming along nicely, and the
> steeple was put on a few weeks ago.. It is getting a little old setting up
> for ~300 people each week, and dragging stuff back and forth. I usually
> bring the hymnals, but due to people being gone this weekend, I also have
> the Sacrament trays and the nursery items. It's a good thing that I
> followed D&C 141 and have a paid for white van!
> We are using a room in the lower level of our bookstore for BYC, BYD,
> presidency meetings of all types, troop committee meetings, RS meetings,
> etc. Some other wards are using it as well, as well as groups that come to
> the temple. This will go on until either (a) we use it for another purpose
> (one I can't disclose), or (b) October 2003 comes around, which is when it
> should be completed.
> The second proposal will most likely be implemented, which is to form a new
> ward out of parts of the Apex, Holly Springs, Garner and Cary 2nd wards,
> name rumored to be lots of things! That should have in Jan or Feb
> Marc A. Schindler wrote:
> What stake are you in, Jon? If you look at your stake map on
> www.gatheringofisrael.com (and drill down to the appropriate level; the
> Atlas is
> on the left hand side of the main page), you can see the wards (black
> squares) and
> branches (yellow squares) I have as per the date indicated on the map. If
> are updates, could you let me know, and I'll update the map. Thanks.
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