LDS Maps (maps.lds.org or go to LDS.org, click Tools, then Maps) has been updated with a variety of new features to make it easier to find stake members, meetinghouses, temples, and other Church facilities. Some of the new features include a number of map display options, better iPad and tablet support, unit boundary maps, the Locate Me feature, and improved print options. You can view and print driving directions and share map links through social media. .
Here are two great new features you should look at:
After you sign in with your LDS Account, click View Your Ward and you will see a map of the members of your ward. The sidebar will show a list of member names. In addition to looking up where members live, you could use it for
- Emergency preparedness planning
- Dividing up the ward for distributing fliers
- Planning routes for collecting fast offerings
- Home and visiting teaching
- Missionary work
- Realignment of ward boundaries in the stake
Find Other Church Buildings
In the upper right, click the Layers icon to search for temples, visitors’ centers, historical places, tabernacles, institutes, seminaries, bishops’ storehouses, canneries, home storage centers, Deseret Industries, Employment Resource Centers, and LDS Family Services offices.
For introductory information about LDS Maps, see the LDS Maps Getting Started guide. In the left pane, click Maps 101 to see an overlay that shows what the various icons means. For more detailed information, see the LDS Maps release notes.
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