His Mission Area

Most of the El Salvador San Salvador mission used to be the El Salvador San Salvador East mission, but was renamed when the boundaries of the East mission and the El Salvador San Salvador West/Belize Missions were realigned in 2011(http://lds.org/church/news/2011-mission-boundary-changes-?lang=eng).  The current mission map is below:

El Salvador San Salvador Mission Boundary Map

His mission president is President Glazier, who started his service in July 2011(http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/60997/New-mission-presidents.html).

Find information about the LDS church in El Salvador at http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/58562/Country-information-El-Salvador.html

A new temple was dedicated in San Salvador the week Aaron received his mission call (August, 2011).





El Salvador Flag

El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America.  It borders the Pacific Ocean, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

 Information on the country:






One thought on “His Mission Area

  1. Marlene,

    What a great blog you have for Aaron! I love that you have the page with all the information about his mission and country. I was looking at the pictures from the MTC and saw one of Geoff’s best friends in Aaron’s district! Elder Duncan Pickett is going to be serving in California, Spanish Speaking. He is the redhead in the district photo. He and Geoff went to high school together and were in neighboring wards. (We started out in the same ward, but had some boundary changes. . .)

    You can start singing “It’s a Small World” now. :)

    Congratulations on having your first missionary out. How are you holding up? Geoff just hit his 6 month mark and I’m finally starting to feel stable again. I was an emotional wreck from July through October, though.

    Sure love ya, Marlene!

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