The Event of Events


The Kent Stake Roadshows, November 4 and 5, 2022.

00:00 Introduction
02:07 Crestwood Ward
15:10 Lake Meridian Ward
25:25 Park Orchard Ward
36:23 Pine Tree Ward
46:13 South Puget Sound YSA Ward
01:01:14 Lake Sawyer Ward
01:15:48 Kent Branch
01:30:39 Credits

Family Emergency Preparedness


Many recent natural disasters have brought to our attention the need for our ward members to be prepared for emergency events. As an example, the storms and flooding in Florida have shown that there are many who were not prepared to leave their home and care for themselves and/ or preserve important papers and information.

Linked here is a supply checklist that will help you get started assembling your family’s 72-hour kit or bug-out-bag (BOB)

A 72-hour kit is a personal kit containing essential supplies that should help a person or family survive for at least three days (72 hours) during a disaster. Experience has shown that it usually takes about three days before the government and other institutions are able to provide rescue and relief efforts to disaster victims. A 72-hour kit should be Portable (backpack or containers), Easily Accessible, Up-To-Date (rotate food and medicine) Waterproof, Usable (know how things work), Personalized (meet family needs), and Versatile (kit should care for you at home or during evacuation).

Remember a 72-hour kit depends upon each individual family’s needs but some basics should include: Food and Water, Bedding and Clothing, Fuel and Light, Equipment, Personal Supplies and Medication, and Personal Documents and Money.

For additional information, check the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints website, or you may want to contact your ward Emergency Preparedness specialist. You can find their name by searching in Tools under Organizations. Put the word Emergency in the search box and there will be a list of who is called in your ward. If there is not a person called, please contact your ward Elders Quorum President. You can find his name under organizations and look for Elders Quorum.

If you are prepared, ye shall not fear.

Stake Emergency Preparedness Committee

Ward Service Project Opportunities


The Kent Stake Communications Committee has summarized a list of potential service opportunities that each ward may want to consider for the Ward Conference service projects. They have also included projects from the JustServe website. Please work with your ward Just Serve specialists who will assist with service projects. 

The list may be found at the following link:

Ward Service Project Opportunities

Family History Center is open!


Please let your friends and neighbors know about this wonderful resource for the community. We have qualified trained staff that will assist with your Family History questions and needs.

Kent Family History Center
Kent Stake Center
12817 SE 256th ST, Kent, WA 98030
Phone: 253-631-5576


Tuesday – Noon-9pm
Wednesday – Noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm (Closed 3pm-6pm)
Thursday/Friday – By Appointment Only
1st & 3rd Saturday – 10am-Noon