Inner City Project

The Salt Lake Inner City Project was organized and functions for the purpose of assisting the poor and needy under the direction of bishops and branch presidents by teaching principles of temporal self-reliance that leads to temporal and spiritual well-being, and in bringing souls unto Christ. Approximately 600 Church-service missionaries are currently serving in the greater Salt Lake City area to assist bishops and branch presidents of 26 stakes to achieve its purpose of assisting the poor and needy.

Currently, the Inner City Project serves the leaders and members in the greater Salt Lake City area. But, the new website is intended to be a foundation to serve other potential inner city projects throughout the world.

The current/live site can be found at

Features of the new Inner City Website


  • Who are the missionaries serving in the inner city project
  • Where are the missionaries serving from (i.e. home ward and stake, and who are their bishops and stake presidents)
  • What ward or branch is the missionary assigned to serve in
  • Reports for monitoring missionary services

Resources for Missionaries

  • Storehouse of Specialist (what services are available for the missionaries to use to assist the needy)
  • Guidelines on using the Storehouse of Specialist
  • Links to Church resources (i.e. Provident Living)
  • Links to community resources (i.e. 211 directory, State of Utah Community Services, Utah Job Services, etc...)

Missionary Reporting

  • Online form for missionaries to submit their monthly reports

Skills Needed for Project

mySQL database designer/engineer

php developer

  • the UI framework will be using ICS's IxF framework

Authentication and Authorization

  • the project will use LDS Accounts and WAM for its authentication and authorization

WordPress Guru

  • embedding Wordpress into the php website for a manual and for a blog

Google Calendar Expert

  • embedding calendar
  • programmatically logging in as one of three users: admin, stake lead or missionary
This page was last modified on 8 May 2013, at 20:30.

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