BELLEVUE SOUTH LDS STAKE CENTER

Meetinghouses for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are a hub of religious and social life. The Bellevue South Stake Center serves as a meetinghouse for local congregations and headquarters for the local church stake.  For Latter-day Saints, the buildings they use for their various worship services and other gatherings are important,

and not all constructed with the same design features.  This LDS Meetinghouse includes classrooms, offices, a font for baptisms, a kitchen and a cultural hall with an indoor basketball court.

The large sanctuary, referred to as the chapel, seats 350 to 400 people and is used for Sunday worship services. In the chapel is a large pipe organ and organ loft.

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WHAT

Meetinghouse 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

WHERE

Bellevue, WA​

WHEN

2000