Discuss basic duties of stake and ward clerks, including where to begin.
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https://www.lds.org/maps/meetinghouses/ ... .879000,10 - this doesn't seem to provide the search variables of seminaries; maybe UT is the only place that really has released time Seminary?
Released-time seminary is also held in parts of Arizona and Idaho where there are a lot of members. I think parts of Washington, too.
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jeremybates wrote:. . . maybe UT is the only place that really has released time Seminary?
There is no released time Seminary in the area your link shows. They are mostly in western states with large LDS populations. Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. There is also released time Seminary in one location in Canada and Mexico, and in Samoa, Fiji and Tonga.
Your ward clerk can find a list in CDOL if you are looking at some place other than the east coast that showed up when I followed your link.
I am the branch clerk; still not able to find seminaries since it's not a search variable on the link I posted
CDOL to the rescue! Thanks all. Found it.
I used the regular search box, typed "released time" (without the quotes), and got the list of all 474 of them.
Im not a member, so i couldnt access the release times is there someplace else that i can look if i want to attend a few classes during the day?
Brookecannello wrote:Im not a member, so i couldnt access the release times is there someplace else that i can look if i want to attend a few classes during the day?
Seminary is geared towards high school students. You can ask any LDS member at your high school about seminary options at your high school.
If you are out of high school, maybe institute would be more in line with what you are looking for. Most colleges and universities have an institute program associated with it. Some stakes also host an institute class when there is some distance to a college institute program.
You can search for nearby institute programs here https://icl.lds.org.
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