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United States information: California

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Jan. 1, 2009: Est. population, 304,060,000; Members, 5,974,041; Stakes, 1,438; Wards, 11,289; Branches, 2,074; Districts, 12; Missions, 106;Temples in use, 62; under construction or announced, 7; Percent LDS, 2, or one in 51.

A few stakes and missions have headquarters in states other than that for which they are named. To simplify this listing, these stakes and missions are listed in the states for which they are named. Numbers preceding stakes and missions are their chronological numbers assigned at the time of creation. Letters are added if number has been used previously.

(* Stake name changed 14 Jan 1974 or as indicated otherwise.)

California

Jan. 1, 2009: Est. population, 36,757,000; Members, 755,747; Stakes, 157; Wards, 1,182; Branches, 174; Missions, 17; Temples, 7; Percent LDS, 2.1, or one in 49.

A Mormon immigrant company under direction of Samuel Brannan departed on the ship Brooklyn from New York on 4 February 1846 en route to the Great Salt Lake valley via California. The group under the direction of Brannan navigated the southern tip of South America around Cape Horn and arrived at Yerba Buena on 31 July 1846. The company of around 230 people were the first known Latter-day Saints to set foot in California. Their numbers tripled the population of tiny Yerba Buena. They soon helped build it into the prosperous city of San Francisco. While there, Brannan and other Saints began publication of one of California's first English-language newspapers, the California Star, in October 1846. One of the Brooklyn saints, Angeline Lovett, set up a school in the old Franciscan Dolores Mission, the first English-language school in California.

During the early autumn of 1846 Brannan led 20 men to the San Joaquin Valley, about 70 miles east of San Francisco where they founded a Mormon farming village named New Hope Colony. It soon failed as heavy seasonal storms flooded the valley, destroying their crops. Most of the Brooklyn saints left California for Salt Lake City in 1848. On their way, they carved an emigrant road that would be used by thousands of westward bound travelers including the gold rush "Forty-Niners."

In January 1847, the Mormon Battalion arrived in San Diego. Battalion members helped construct a number of buildings and public works in San Diego. They then traveled to Los Angeles where they built a fort and raised the first American flag. Six discharged battalion members were at Sutter's Mill in northern California when gold was discovered there on 24 January 1848. The diary of battalion veteran Henry W. Bigler is used by historians to determine the details of the discovery of gold in California.

In February 1856, George Q. Cannon began publication in San Francisco of the Western Standard, a weekly periodical supportive of the Church.

The first colonization from Utah to California came in 1851 when a company of about 450 Saints under direction of Elders Amasa M. Lyman and Charles C. Rich of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles settled at what is now San Bernardino. The colony was the final settlement in a string of Mormon communities extending 800 miles from Salt Lake City. The community thrived, and on 6 July 1851 the San Bernardino Stake, California's first, was organized. Faithful members in this colony were eventually outnumbered by less-committed members who created considerable dissension. When the troubled colony was dissolved by the Church at the advance of Johnston's Army toward Salt Lake City in 1857, about 1,400 — fewer than half the total — returned to Utah to colonize other areas. With the departure in 1857 the San Bernardino Stake was dissolved, and for a period of 35 years, the Church did not have formally organized ecclesiastical units in the state.

Missionary work was conducted in California from 1849-1858. It was discontinued when missionaries were recalled to Utah during the Utah War. The work remained dormant until 1892 when missionary activities were resumed by Luther Dalton who began missionary labors in San Francisco and Oakland. In 1894, Karl G. Maeser relocated to California to direct the Utah exhibit of the California's mid-winter fair and to serve as president of the newly re-established California Mission.

The Los Angeles Branch was created on 20 August 1895, and a year later, the Northern California and Southern California conferences were organized. The Sacramento Conference was added in 1898. Most missionary work in California before the turn of the century took place in the larger population centers.

In the 1920s, a number of talented Church members immigrated to California. Many of them and their descendants became noted leaders, including two California governors, a Church president, and internationally recognized figures in science, business, education, sports, and the arts. Since the immigration to California of the 1920s, nearly 10 percent of the membership of the Church has lived in the Golden State.

The first stake created in the state in the 20th century was the Los Angeles Stake, organized on 21 January 1923. On 22 May 1927, the Los Angeles Stake was divided to form the Los Angeles and Hollywood stakes. Shortly afterwards, on 10 July 1927, the San Francisco Stake was established.

By 1930, Church members in California numbered 21,254.

On the opening day of the San Francisco World's Fair on 18 February 1939, some 1,400 people visited the Church's exhibit, a visitors center portraying a reduced-size Salt Lake Tabernacle.

Eight California stakes were created in the 1930s, five in the 1940s, and 30 in the 1950s.

Land for California's first temple was purchased in 1937 in Los Angeles. The temple, the second largest in the Church, was dedicated in 1956. A second temple was dedicated in Oakland in 1964, followed by others dedicated in San Diego in 1993, Fresno in 2000, and Redlands in 2003. Temples are now under construction in Newport Beach and Sacramento.

The Church has a strong presence among minority groups. There are over 200 Church ethnic units and six ethnic stakes in California.

President Spencer W. Kimball spoke to a Los Angeles Area Conference in the Rose Bowl on 17-18 May 1980, drawing an estimated 75,000 members. Conference talks were simultaneously translated into seven languages. This is believed to be the largest number of members ever gathered for a Church meeting anywhere in the world.

By 1980, membership in the state totaled 541,000. From 1991 to 1993, because of an out- migration of members, membership dropped from 721,000 to 719,000. However, from 1993 to 1995, membership rose to 725,690. The Church is now the second largest religious denomination in California, with a membership of more than 740,000 in 1999.

In July 1996, the sesquicentennial of the arrival of the ship Brooklyn was celebrated through the re-enactment of the event on a replica ship that sailed into San Francisco Bay. Members throughout the state commemorated the milestone anniversary.

In San Diego's Old Town on 18 January 1997, some 2,400 members re-enacted the arrival of the Mormon Battalion in California 150 years earlier. Other Mormon Battalion celebrations along the coast followed on respective anniversaries. On 6 March 1997, President Gordon B. Hinckley spoke to a record audience of the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, and on 19 March, he addressed the World Forum of Silicon Valley. He also spoke at various Church events during the year. A Church-produced video depicting the discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill was donated to the state of California to be shown continuously at Marshall Gold Discovery State Park in Coloma.

At the beginning of the year 2000, California had 17 missions, more than any other state in the United States. In the state's major cities, many minority converts have been taught the gospel in their own language. With significant immigration to California from Latin America, five Spanish-speaking stakes have been organized, two since 1992. Various Asian and Polynesian wards function as well, and a Tongan stake was created in San Francisco in 1992.

In 2002, membership reached 765,883.

In May 2003, hundreds of Los Angeles-area Muslims and members of the Pasadena California Stake joined in preparing emergency supplies for Iraqi families. With conflicts of the war with Iraq completed, a humanitarian aid day was set for 10 May 2003 where hygiene kits for some 10,000 families were completed and added to a $650,000 shipment of medical supplies and blankets donated by the Church.

President Hinckley attended the rededication of the historic Hollywood (now Los Angeles California California) Stake tabernacle on 8 June 2003.

Membership in 2003 was 770,885.

President Hinckley dedicated the Newport Beach Temple on 28 August 2005, the sixth temple in California, and the 122nd in the Church. The 17,800 square-foot edifice, built on fertile soil once occupied by orange groves, served 47,000 members in 16 stakes.

President Hinckley returned to California on 3 September 2006 to dedicate the Sacramento California Temple, the seventh temple in California and the 123rd in the Church. It serves a district of 80,000 members.

Sources: Andrew Jenson, Encyclopedic History of the Church, 1941; Richard O. Cowan and William E. Homer, California Saints: A 150-year Legacy in the Golden State, 1996; Chad M. Orton, More Faith than Fear, the Los Angeles Stake Story, 1987; Richard O. Cowan, "It Started in Yerba Buena," Instructor, June 1961; Albert L. Zobell, "The Church in Early California," Improvement Era, May 1964; Edward Leo Lyman, "The Rise and Decline of Mormon San Bernardino," BYU Studies, Fall 1989; Daniel H. Ludlow, ed., Encyclopedia of Mormonism, 1992; Julie A. Dockstader, "Spanish Spoken Here," Church News, 15 May 1993; Ana Gabriel, "Exhibit Honors LDS Settlers in California," Church News, 6 July 1996; Gerry Avant, "The Sesquicentennial of the Mormon Battalion," and "Men of Mormon Battalion: 'No Ordinary Men,'" Church News, 25 January 1997; "Church to Create Eight New Missions," Church News, 1 March 1997; Ana Gabriel, "California Leader Accepts LDS Film For State Park," Church News, 31 January 1998; Julie A. Dockstader, "Video Tells Battalion's Part In California Gold Discovery," Church News, 31 January 1998; R. Scott Lloyd, "Symbol of Growth in Fertile San Joaquin," Church News, 22 April 2000; "3 New Temples to be Built in California," Church News, 28 April 2001; Last is Hardest: Wagons Pull Safely Over Cajon Pass," Church News, 27 October 2001; "Arrival in San Bernardino," 3 November 2001; Sonja Eddings Brown, "Hygiene Kits To Help 10,000 Iraqi Families," Church News, 17 May 2003; Lincoln Hubbard, "Unique Building Restored, Rededicated," Church News, 14 June 2003; "Ground Broken for Newport Beach Temple," Church News, 23 August 2003; Greg Hill, "Redlands Temple in Inland Empire," Church News, 20 September 2003; "Gospel blossoming in land of fertile testimonies," Church News, 3 September 2005; Greg Hill "Adding a new treasure to '49 gold rush country," Church News, 9 September 2006.

Stakes — 158

(Listed alphabetically by area as of Oct. 1, 2009.)

No. / Name Organized / First President

North America West Area — 157

402 / *Anaheim California

Anaheim / 14 Mar 1965 / Max V. Eliason

1514 / Anaheim California East / 24 Feb 1985 / William E. Perron

1042 / Anderson California / 10 Jun 1979 / Richard Miller Ericson

1263 / Antioch California / 3 May 1981 / Clifford Spence Munns

2729 / Apple Valley California / 10 Sep 2006 / Craig C. Garrick

864 / Arcadia California / 9 Oct 1977 / Cree-L Kofford

1691 / Antelope California / 6 Mar 1988 / Roger William Mack

Sacramento California Antelope

1032 / Auburn California / 27 May 1979 / David Oliver Montague

186 / *Bakersfield California

Bakersfield / 27 May 1951 / E. Alan Pettit

944 / Bakersfield California East / 18 Jun 1978 / William Horsley Davies

1622 / Bakersfield California South /14 Dec 1986 / Jack Ray Zimmerman

763 / Camarillo California / 8 Aug 1976 / Victor Glenn Johnson

337 / *Canoga Park California / 6 Dec 1992

*Los Angeles California Canoga Park

Canoga Park / 8 Oct 1961 / Collins E. Jones

309 / *Carlsbad California

Palomar / 6 Nov 1960 / Wallace F. Gray

1505 / Carmichael California / 25 Nov 1984 / Marc Earl Hall

269 / *Cerritos California

Norwalk / 26 Oct 1958 / Lewis Milton Jones

565 / *Chico California

Chico / 6 Feb 1972 / Lloyd Johnson Cope

1072 / Chino California / 14 Oct 1979 / Allen Clare Christensen

770 / Chula Vista California / 19 Sep 1976 / Robert Eugene Floto

1150 / Citrus Heights California / 22 Jun 1980 / James Barnes

378 / *Concord California

Concord / 23 Jun 1963 / Ted Eugene Madsen

983 / Corona California / 19 Nov 1978 / Darvil David McBride

226 / *Covina California (Spanish)

Covina / 26 Feb 1956/ Elden L. Ord

502 / *Cypress California

Anaheim West / 15 Feb 1970 / Hugh J. Sorensen

229 / *Danville California / 19 Jun 1989 / *Walnut Creek California

Walnut Creek / 26 Aug 1956 / Emery R. Ranker

1151 / Davis California / 22 Jun 1980 / Peter Glen Kenner

1740 / Del Mar California / 7 Jan 1990 / Robert Geoffrey Dyer

279 / *Downey California / 18 Feb 1986

*Huntington Park California

Huntington Park / 19 Apr 1959 / Clifford B. Wright

179 / *East Los Angeles California (Spanish) / 27 Jun 1993

*Los Angeles California East

*Los Angeles East / 29 May 1970

East Los Angeles (California) / 26 Feb 1950 / Fauntleroy Hunsaker

261 / *El Cajon California / 30 Nov 1975

*San Diego California El Cajon

San Diego East / 20 Apr 1958 / Cecil I. Burningham

1119 / *El Centro California Imperial Valley / 18 Mar 1997

El Centro California / 16 Mar 1980 / Robert Lamoreaux

984 / El Dorado California / 19 Nov 1978 / Harold George Sellers

487 / *Elk Grove California / 30 Sep 1993

*Sacramento California South

Sacramento South (California) / 15 Jun 1969 / John Henry Huber

588 / *Escondido California

Escondido / 24 Sep 1972 / Donald R. McArthur

1847 / Escondido California South / 9 Feb 1992 / Louis L. Rothey

338 / *Eureka California

Redwood

(California, Oregon) / 22 Oct 1961 / D. DeVar Felshaw

428 / Folsom California / 12 Feb 1967 / Harvey Stansell Greer

*Fair Oaks California

Fair Oaks

682 / Fairfield California / 16 Feb 1975 / Byron Gale Wilson

1602 / Fontana California / 22 Jun 1986 / Wayne Hall Bringhurst

425 / *Fremont California

Fremont / 11 Dec 1966 / Francis B. Winkel

185 / *Fresno California

Fresno / 20 May 1951 / Alwyn C. Sessions

381 / *Fresno California East

Fresno East / 15 Sep 1963 / Melvin P. Leavitt

1463 / Fresno California North / 12 Feb 1984 / Stephen L. Christensen

1464 / Fresno California West / 12 Feb 1984 / Gary R. Fogg

707 / Fullerton California / 21 Sep 1975 / Leon Tad Ballard

330 / *Garden Grove California

Garden Grove / 25 Jun 1961 / James Malan Hobbs

786 / Glendora California / 14 Nov 1976 / William Marshall Raymond

116 / *Granada Hills California / 8 Apr 1997

*Van Nuys California

*San Fernando / 15 Oct 1939

Pasadena / 19 Apr 1936 / David H. Cannon

107 / *Gridley California

Gridley / 4 Nov 1934 / John C. Todd

442 / *Hacienda Heights California / 15 Jan 1978 / *El Monte California

El Monte / 17 Sep 1967 / James Cyril Brown

948 / Hanford California / 6 Aug 1978 / Gerald Leo Thompson

228a / *Hayward California

Hayward / 26 Aug 1956 / Milton P. Ream

961 / Hemet California / 17 Sep 1978 / Darrel D. Lee

1632 / Hesperia California / 22 Feb 1987 / Larry Dale Skinner

420 / *Huntington Beach California

Huntington Beach / 5 Jun 1966 / Conway W. Nielsen

802 / Huntington Beach / 16 Jan 1977 / Wesley Charles Woodhouse

California North

1477 / Huntington Park California West (Sp) / 3 Jun 1984 / Rafael Nestor Seminario

129 / *Inglewood California 21 Feb 1993 / *Los Angeles California Inglewood

Inglewood / 26 Nov 1939 / Alfred E. Rohner

1633a / Irvine California / 12 Apr 1987 / Jack L. Rushton Jr.

1784 / Jurupa California / 9 Dec 1990 / Lester C. Lauritzen

518 / *La Crescenta California

La Canada / 7 Jun 1970 / Robert C. Seamons

347 / *La Verne California

Pomona / 21 Jan 1962 / Vern R. Peel

1354 / Laguna Niguel California / 20 Jun 1982 / Donald H. Sedgwick

794 / Lancaster California / 28 Nov 1976 / Stephen N. Hull

1798 / Lancaster California East / 19 May 1991 / John Milloy Martz

1654 / Livermore California / 13 Sep 1987 / Willis Arthur Sandholtz

822 / *Lodi California / 3 May 1981 / Stockton California East / 10 Apr 1977 / Robert Graham Wade

117 / *Long Beach California

Long Beach / 3 May 1936 / John W. Jones

177 / *Long Beach California East

*Long Beach East / 29 May 1970 / East Long Beach / 12 Feb 1950 / John C. Dalton

704 / Los Altos California / 24 Aug 1975 / W. Kay Williams

98 / *Los Angeles California

*Los Angeles / 19 Nov 1939

Hollywood / 22 May 1927 / George W. McCune

188 / *Los Angeles California Santa Monica

Santa Monica (California) / 1 Jul 1951 E. / Garrett Barlow

1249 / Manteca California / 22 Mar 1981 / David Leon Ward

2108 / Menifee California / 15 Oct 1995 / Timothy Rudd

156 / *Menlo Park California

Palo Alto / 23 Jun 1946 / Claude B. Petersen

659 / Merced California / 15 Sep 1974 / Robert D. Rowan

826 / Mission Viejo California / 8 May 1977 / Nolan C. Draney

399 / *Modesto California

Modesto / 7 Jun 1964 / Clifton A. Rooker

716 / Modesto California North / 26 Oct 1975 / Charles Elwin Boice

258 / *Monterey California

Monterey Bay / 2 Mar 1958 / James N. Wallace Jr.

1656 / Moreno Valley California / 27 Sep 1987 / David Lowell Briggs

831 / Morgan Hill California / 15 May 1977 / Donald Russell Lundell

1693 / Murrieta California / 20 Mar 1988 / Ronald Miguel Peterson

297 / *Napa California

Napa / 17 Apr 1960 / Harry S. Cargun

652 / Newbury Park California / 18 Aug 1974 / Lavar M. Butler

453 / *Newport Beach California

Newport Beach / 31 Mar 1968 / Ferren L. Christensen

231 / *North Hollywood California / 6 Dec 1992

*Los Angeles California North Hollywood

Burbank (California) / 16 Sep 1956 / James D. Pratt

227a / *Oakland California

Oakland-Berkeley / 26 Aug 1956 / O. Leslie Stone

2752 / Oakland California East (Tongan) / 17 Feb 2007 / Tevita Manuevaha Lauti

1092 / Ontario California / 9 Dec 1979 / Seth C. Baker

251a / *Orange California

Santa Ana / 8 Dec 1957 / Karl C. Durham

441 / *Palm Desert California

Palm Springs / 27 Aug 1967 / Quinten Hunsaker

459 / *Palmdale California

Antelope Valley / 12 May 1968 / Sterling A. Johnson

739 / Palos Verdes California / 18 Jan 1976 / Merrill Bickmore

128 / *Pasadena California

Pasadena / 1 Oct 1939 / Bertram M. Jones

1608 / Penasquitos California / 21 Sep 1986 / Michael Lee Jensen

215 / *Placentia California

*Fullerton / 14 Mar 1965 / Orange County / 27 Jun 1954 John C. Dalton

675 / Pleasanton California / 8 Dec 1974 / Dale Edwin Nielsen

2202 / Porterville California / 16 Jun 1996 / Steven E. Tree

1056 / Poway California / 26 Aug 1979 / Paul B. Richardson

1648 / Rancho Cucamonga California / 13 Aug 1987

Cucamonga California / 28 Jun 1987 / Steven Thomas Escher

319 / *Redding California

Redding / 13 Dec 1960 / Albert C. Peterson

938 / *Redlands California / 5 May 1987 / San Bernardino California East / 4 Jun 1978 Donald L. Hansen

415 / *Rialto California

Rialto / 20 Mar 1966 / Wayne A. Reeves

521 / *Ridgecrest California

Mount Whitney / 16 Aug 1970 / AlDean Washburn

196 / *Riverside California

Mount Rubidoux / 26 Oct 1952 / Vern Robert Peel

1854 / Rocklin California / 19 Apr 1992 / Jay Robert Jibson Jr.

515 / *Roseville California

Roseville / 17 May 1970 / S. Lloyd Hamilton

108 / *Sacramento California

Sacramento / 4 Nov 1934 / Mark W. Cram

1152 / *Sacramento California Cordova / 11 Jan 1994

*Sacramento California Rancho Cordova / 17 Sep 1985

Sacramento California Cordova / 22 Jun 1980 / Richard W. Montgomery

290 / *Sacramento California East

American River / 6 Dec 1959 / Austin G. Hunt

219 / *Sacramento California North

*Sacramento North / 30 Sep 1969

North Sacramento / 12 Dec 1954 / Austin G. Hunt

2642 / San Clemente California / 13 June 2004 / Curtis Denzil Reese

111 / *San Bernardino California

San Bernardino / 3 Feb 1935 / Albert Lyndon Larson

136 / *San Diego California

San Diego / 9 Feb 1941 / Wallace W. Johnson

736 / San Diego California East / 30 Nov 1975 / Philip Alma Petersen

489 / *San Diego California North

San Diego North / 22 Jun 1969 / Ray Michael Brown

360 / *San Diego California Sweetwater / 30 Aug 1988 / *Lemon Grove California / 16 Aug 1983

*San Diego California South

San Diego South / 21 Oct 1962 / Cecil I. Burningham

1915a / San Fernando / 6 Dec 1992 / Jose Gerardo Lombardo

California (Spanish)

99 / *San Francisco California

San Francisco / 10 Jul 1927 / W. Aird Macdonald

1863 / San Francisco California / 10 May 1992 / Sione Fangu

East (Tongan)

1515 / San Francisco California West / 24 Feb 1985 / Jeremiah I. Alip

202 / *San Jose California

San Jose / 30 Nov 1952 / Vernard L. Beckstrand

450 / *San Jose California South San Jose South (California) / 11 Feb 1968 / DeBoyd L. Smith

329 / *San Leandro California

San Leandro / 21 May 1961 / Milton R. Ream

248 / *San Luis Obispo California

San Luis Obispo / 22 Sep 1957 / Arthur J. Godfrey

462 / *San Rafael California

Marin / 23 Jun 1968 / Weston L. Roe

1838 / Santa Ana California / 5 Jan 1992 / Renan Ramos Disner

South (Spanish)

184 / *Santa Barbara California

Santa Barbara / 18 Mar 1951 / Arthur J. Godfrey

642 / *Santa Clarita California / 2 Feb 1992 / Los Angeles California /19 May 1974 / Norman D. Stevensen

Santa Clarita

823 / Santa Cruz California / 24 Apr 1977 / Edwin Reese Davis

1920 / Santa Margarita California / 17 Jan 1993 / David Michael Daly

384 / *Santa Maria California

Santa Maria / 20 Oct 1963 / Clayton K. Call

181 / *Santa Rosa California

Santa Rosa / 7 Jan 1951 / J. LeRoy Murdock

1582 / Santee California / 8 Dec 1985 / Robert Earl Harper

387 / *Saratoga California

San Jose West / 10 Nov 1963 / Louis W. Latimer

448 / *Simi Valley California

Simi / 10 Dec 1967 / John Lyman Ballif III

171 / *Stockton California

San Joaquin / 25 Apr 1948 / Wendell B. Mendenhall

2613a / Temecula California / 27 Apr 2003 / Kevin G. Osborne

1624 / Thousand Oaks California / 11 Jan 1987 / Grant R. Brimhall

282 / *Torrance California

Torrance / 3 May 1959 / Roland Earl Gagon

220 / *Torrance California North

Redondo / 29 May 1955 / Leslie L. Prestwich

1591 / Turlock California / 23 Mar 1986 / Robert Peebles Baker

877 / Ukiah California / 30 Oct 1977 / Robert Vernon Knudsen

583 / *Upland California

Upland / 13 Aug 1972 / Frank E. Finlayson

1801 / Vacaville California / 26 May 1991 / Edwin Gordon Wells Jr.

1845 / Valencia California / 2 Feb 1992 / Reed E. Halladay

548 / *Ventura California

Ventura / 30 May 1971 / Joseph F. Chapman

1397 / Victorville California / 30 Jan 1983 / Owen Dean Call

492 / *Visalia California

Visalia / 24 Aug 1969 / Alva D. Blackburn

967 / Vista California / 8 Oct 1978 / Jack Robert Jones

1587a / *Walnut Creek California / 17 May 1992

Walnut Creek California East / 16 Feb 1986 / Williams F. Matthews

280 / *Whittier California

Whittier / 26 Apr 1959 / John Collings

1079 / Yuba City California / 4 Nov 1979 / Lowell R. Tingey

2631 / Yucaipa California / 25 April 2004 / Kevin Koy Miskin

1969 / Yucca Valley California / 9 Jan 1994 / Kipton Paul Madsen

North America Southwest Area — 1

1073 / Quincy California / 14 Oct 1979 / Floyd Eugene Warren

Stakes discontinued

288 / *Barstow California

Mojave / 16 Aug 1959 / Sterling A. Johnson

Discontinued / 24 August 2008

159 / Berkeley / 13 Oct 1946 / W. Glenn Harmon

Discontinued 26 Aug 1956 / Oakland-Berkeley (227a)

656 / Cerritos California West 8 Sep 1974 Kenneth Laurence Davis

Discontinued / 19 May 1996

806 / Concord California East / 23 Jan 1977 / Vern W. Clark

Discontinued 16 Feb 1986 / Walnut Creek California East (1587)

1107 / Lawndale California / 17 Feb 1980 / Silvon Foster Engilman

Discontinued / 21 Feb 1993

1683 / Long Beach California North / 31 Jan 1988 / V. Jay Spongberg Discontinued / 7 Nov 1993

817 / Los Angeles California /13 Mar 1977 / Clark Spendlove

Granada Hills / 6 Dec 1992

88 / *Los Angeles South 29 May 1970

Discontinued / 12 Aug 1973 / Huntington Park (279)

*South Los Angeles / 19 Nov 1939

Los Angeles / 21 Jan 1923 / George W. McCune

109 / Oakland / 2 Dec 1934 W. Aird Macdonald

Discontinued / 26 Aug 1956 / Oakland-Berkeley (227a)

247 *Pacifica California

Discontinued / 21 Feb 1982 / San Francisco California (99)

San Mateo / 15 Sep 1957 Melvin P. Pickering

230 / Reseda (California) 16 Sep 1956 Hugh C. Smith

*Los Angeles California Chatsworth

Discontinued / 6 Dec 1992

787 / Santa Ana California / 14 Nov 1976 / Wilbur Orion Jensen

Discontinued / 10 Nov 1996

4a / San Bernardino / 6 Jul 1851 / David Seely

Discontinued 1857

585 / San Jose North (California) / 20 Aug 1972 / Lloyd M. Gustaveson

Discontinued / 10 May 1992

*Santa Clara California

1584 / Fremont California South /12 Jan 1986 / Jerry Valient Kirk

Discontinued 11 Jun 2000

1926 / Highland California / 14 Mar 1993 / Dennis Alvin Barlow

Discontinued 6 Mar 2005

1649 / Lompoc California / 23 Aug 1987 / Billy Ray Williams

Discontinued 13 Mar 2005

175 / *Glendale California

Glendale / 4 Dec 1949 / Edwin Smith Dibble

Discontinued 2 June 2007

430 / *Riverside California West

Arlington / 23 Apr 1967 / Clarence Leon Sirrine

Discontinued 16 Jun 2007

693 / San Jose California East / 4 May 1975 / Leo E. Haney / Discontinued 8 Sep 2007

281 / *Walnut California / 23 July 1985

*La Puente California

West Covina / 3 May 1959 / Mark W. Smith

Discontinued 8 June 2008

Missions — 16

(As of Oct. 1, 2009; shown with historical number.)

(73a) CALIFORNIA ANAHEIM MISSION

501 N. Brookhurst, Ste. 100

Anaheim, CA 92801

(86) CALIFORNIA ARCADIA MISSION

170 West Duarte Road

Arcadia, CA 91007

(283) CALIFORNIA CARLSBAD MISSION

785 Grand Ave., Ste. 202

Carlsbad, CA 92008

(118) CALIFORNIA FRESNO MISSION

1814 N. Echo Ave.

Fresno, CA 93704

(324)CALIFORNIA LONG BEACH MISSION

2501 Cherry Ave, Ste 255

Signal Hill, CA. 90755-2042

(5) CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES MISSION

1591 E. Temple Way

Los Angeles, CA 90024-5801

(85)CALIFORNIA OAKLAND/SAN FRANCISCO MISSION

4945 Lincoln Way

Oakland, CA 94602

(235) CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE MISSION

3233 Arlington Ave., Ste. 107

Riverside, CA 92506-3246

(284) CALIFORNIA ROSEVILLE

8331 Sierra College Blvd., Ste. 208

Roseville, CA 95661

(37) CALIFORNIA SACRAMENTO MISSION

9480 Madison Ave., Ste. 4

Orangevale, CA 95662

(182) CALIFORNIA SAN BERNARDINO

8280 Utica Ave, Ste. 150

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

(113) CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO MISSION

7404 Armstrong Pl

San Diego, CA 92111-4912

(297) CALIFORNIA SAN FERNANDO

23504 Lyons Ave, Ste. 107

Santa Clarita, CA 91321

(159) CALIFORNIA VENTURA MISSION

260 Maple Ct., Ste. 120

Ventura, CA 93003-3692

(158a) CALIFORNIA SAN JOSE MISSION

3975 McLaughlin Ave Ste A

San Jose, CA 95121-2631

(187a) CALIFORNIA SANTA ROSA MISSION

3510 Unocal Place, Ste. 302

Santa Rosa, CA 95403

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