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Written by Cassie McDaniel   
Wednesday, 09 December 2009


How can I find my unit number without going to the meetinghouse?


Visit the Emergency Communications page on for information.You can retrieve your unit number by logging into your local unit Web site. For instance, the following URL is for a fictitious unit. The red portion is the unit number.,9781,600-1-7-999999,00.html

999999 is the theoretical unit number.



# Edwin Muir 2014-12-14 08:51
Hi, it may be that our computer settings are different, but this answer does not apply. The website address which comes up is something completely different. I am amazed at how hard it is to find the unit number in MLS or on Can anyone suggest an alternative source?
# Tim 金龙Λ̊™ Riker 2014-12-16 11:03
If you are in leadership your ward/stake unit numbers are visible on the Leader and Clerk Resources page:

Anyone with an LDSAccount can visit after logging in the policy-ldsunits: value should show your ward and stake or branch and district etc.
# Bryce Gordon Maybee 2015-01-24 04:08
Go to At the top, select "RESOURCES" and the sub topic "LOCATIONS and SCHEDULES" Then click "FIND A MEETINGHOUSE." It will pull up a map. Type in your address and it will show you the name of your ward and the unit number right next to it.
# Sonja Marie Reynolds 2017-07-19 15:13
Thank you!
# Garrett Michael Pace 2015-12-16 22:24
Login to, then go to Leader and Clerk Resources. Your Ward and Stake unit numbers should be visible to the right side of the screen, just below the menu bar
# Josue Phillips Bolaños 2017-01-21 19:32
Hi guys,

I had the same question finding my unit number and other unit numbers I needed. Here is the easiest way to finds it and some other ways that m That work for you:
1. Meeting house locator: You can go the meeting house locator and just type the name of the ward and once you find it you will be able to see the information of the ward, the bishop, the address and right under the name of the ward you will find the unit number.
2. LDS accounts, if you access your LDS account you will be able to go to directory and see the unit number of your ward or branch.
3. Also in your LDS account under the tool "leaders and clerk tools" you will find the unit number of your stake and ward.

I hope that can help you!

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