From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Single adult is a term used in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) to describe any unmarried person age 18 or older.
What is an LDS singles ward?
Singles wards are set up in areas with high populations of single adults. Young single adult (YSA) wards are intended for single members ages 18 to 30, and single adult wards are generally for single members of ages 31 to 45. These wards provide LDS singles the opportunity to serve in offices of the church.
Whats a Mormon stake?
The stake is an intermediate level in the organizational hierarchy of the LDS Church. The lowest level, consisting of a single congregation, is known as a ward or branch. Stakes are organized from a group of contiguous wards or branches. To be created, a stake must be composed of at least five wards.
What is a Mormon congregation called?
ward A ward is a local Latter-day Saint congregation, organized geographically.
Why is a Mormon Church called a steakhouse?
The name stake derives from the Book of Isaiah: enlarge the place of thy tent; stretch forth the curtains of thine habitation; spare not, lengthen thy cords, and strengthen thy stakes (Isaiah 54:2). A stake is sometimes referred to as a stake of Zion.