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El Salvador
Following is a statistical profile of the country of El Salvador, which includes a list of the temples, missions, stakes, and districts headquartered there.

Profile of El Salvador

Number of Temples 1 Temple
Number of Missions 3 Missions
Number of Units 22 Stakes
Number of Congregations 133 Wards, 31 Branches

Temples of El Salvador

Temple Dedicated
San Salvador El Salvador Temple August 21, 2011

Missions of El Salvador

Mission Organized
El Salvador San Salvador East Mission July 1, 2013
El Salvador San Salvador West/Belize Mission July 1, 1990
El Salvador Santa Ana Mission July 1, 1976

Stakes of El Salvador

Unit Organized
Ahuachapán El Salvador El Espino Stake November 19, 2017
Ahuachapán El Salvador Stake September 22, 1991
Apopa El Salvador Stake October 20, 1996
Atiquizaya El Salvador Stake August 11, 1996
Chalchuapa El Salvador Stake October 29, 1995
Juayua El Salvador Stake November 12, 1995
Paraiso El Salvador Stake June 14, 2009
San Miguel El Salvador Stake January 11, 1981
San Salvador El Salvador Cuzcatlan Stake June 3, 1979
San Salvador El Salvador Ilopango Stake February 1, 1976
San Salvador El Salvador La Libertad Stake October 22, 1995
San Salvador El Salvador Layco Stake September 22, 1996
San Salvador El Salvador Los Heroes Stake April 8, 1990
San Salvador El Salvador Soyapango Stake April 8, 1990
San Salvador El Salvador Stake June 3, 1973
San Vicente El Salvador Stake March 5, 1995
Santa Ana El Salvador Los Pinos Stake December 10, 2017
Santa Ana El Salvador Modelo Stake December 14, 1980
Santa Ana El Salvador Molino Stake December 2, 1979
Sonsonate El Salvador Stake September 22, 1991
Sonzacate El Salvador Stake June 12, 2011
Usulután El Salvador Stake April 17, 1994
"In addition to temples, surely another holy place on earth ought to be our homes. The feelings of holiness in my home prepared me for feelings of holiness in the temple."
—James E. Faust

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