Young Single Adults

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Young Single Adults is a program of the Church for unmarried adults ages 18-30. The program includes religious instruction as well as activities where young people can meet and socialize.

Wards and branches especially for young single adults are created where there is a need. Many stakes, which are comprised of 4 to 15 wards, include a ward especially for young single adults. In locations where there are colleges and universities, a number of branches or wards might be established. Participation in specialized wards and branches gives young single adults experience in the Church as they serve in callings, which in normal wards, would probably be filled by older adults.