Only one branch of the Church exists in Luxembourg, a small nation located between Germany, France, and Belgium. The first formal proselyting began in 1963 when missionaries from the Franco-Belgian mission entered the country. A branch was formed in the mid-1960s, but it was discontinued in 1971. Luxembourg became part of the Belgium Brussels Mission in 1974. A branch was again organized in 1988. In 1994 Luxembourg was placed under the Metz France District. At the beginning of the year 2000 the country had 155 members living in 1 branch.
[Year-end 2005: Est. population, 468,000; Members, 252; Branches, 1; Percent LDS, .05, or one in 2,026; Europe West Area; Belgium Brussels/Netherlands Mission; Source: 2007 Church Almanac.]
Luxembourg Branch Historical Report. LDS Church Archives, Salt Lake City.
1999-2000 Church Almanac. Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 1996. 348.
JEFFREY L. ANDERSON
From Arnold K. Garr, Donald Q. Cannon, and Richard O. Cowan, eds., Encyclopedia of Latter-day Saint History (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2000), 685. Used with the permission of the Deseret Book Company. Copies prohibited by law.