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After her husband’s hospitalization for depression, Valerie Walton found strength and blessings from a surprising source: accepting a calling as a Sunday School teacher.

Notices of reorganized stake presidencies called to serve from around the world.

Notices of reorganized stakes around the world.

The following couples have been called by the First Presidency to lead the work in various Church history sites. They will begin their service early next year.

Notices of new and reorganized stakes around the world.

Notices of new and reorganized stakes around the world.

The following new missionary training center presidents and companions have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in January 2023.

This new temple president and matron have been called to serve by the First Presidency.

The following presidencies have been called to serve in new and reorganized stakes around the world.

View or download an updated chart that includes the most recent leadership changes from October 2022 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Notices of reorganized stake presidencies called to serve around the world.

The Hoehnes have been called to serve by the First Presidency and will begin their service later this month.

They will work with the Relief Society general presidency to help meet the needs of women around the world.

President and Sister Tuahu have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in the Tahiti Papeete Mission in December.

These temple presidents and matrons have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They have already begun their service.

The new Area Seventies were announced and sustained in the first session of the October 2022 general conference leadership meetings.

Notices of new stake presidencies include a new stake created in Syracuse, Utah.

Leadership of 9 stakes have changed in Cote D’Ivoire, New Zealand and the United States.

Seungjin and YoungOak Lim have been called to serve as mission president and companion by the First Presidency.

A new stake was created in Lagos, Nigeria, and 19 stakes were reorganized in Brazil, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Japan, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Tahiti and the United States.

Three new stakes have been created — in Mexico and Nigeria — and 14 were reorganized around the world, including Brazil, Ecuador and Australia.

Sister Natalie W. Adams and Sister Kathleen L. Miner have been called to the Primary general advisory council.

Notices of reorganized stakes in countries throughout the world, including England, Uruguay, Cape Verde and Mongolia.

Four new stakes have been created and nine more were reorganized.

Stakes were reorganized in Australia, Germany, Ecuador, New Caledonia and in the United States.

Stakes were reorganized in Bolivia, Chile, Cote D’Ivoire, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Honduras, Madagascar, Tonga, Peru and the United States.