How to Find Your LDS Membership Records

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In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, commonly known as the Mormons, a membership record contains a church member's name, date of birth, unique membership number and a list of temple ordinances he has received, such as baptism.

Both local churches and LDS Church Headquarters (CHQ) keep copies of membership records.

1 Ask your LDS church

Ask your LDS church for contact information for your local ward.

2 Call LDS CHQ Member and Leader Services

Call LDS CHQ Member and Leader Services at 801-240-3500 if you do not know which ward has your records. CHQ can give you this information if you provide your name and contact details.

3 Contact your local LDS ward

Contact your local LDS ward and speak to the ward clerk.

4 Request an individual ordinance summary

Request an individual ordinance summary. This contains your membership record.

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