As of January 1, 2012, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reported 90,738 members in 19 stakes,  192 Congregations (157 wards  and 40 branches ), and two missions in Virginia. 
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A brief history can be found at LDS Newsroom (Virginia) or Deseret News 2010 Church Almanac. The first Mormon missionary to visit Virginia, was Jediah M. Grant, who later served as a counselor to President Brigham Young. During the Prophet Joseph Smith's lifetime, a group of branches in Tazewell County, Virginia was known as Little Nauvoo.
LDS Stakes are groups of congregations. Wards are medium-sized congregations and branches are small congregations.
Stakes are led by a stake presidency (Stake President and 2 counselors, supported by an executive secretary, a stake clerk, and typically 4 assistant clerks) and a high council of 12 councilors. Stakes also have presidencies for the Stake Relief Society, Young Women, Young Men, Primary, and Sunday School.
|Mission||Created||Mission Office||Stakes in Virginia|
|Virginia Chesapeake Mission||July 2013||Portsmouth, VA||3 (of 5)|
|Virginia Richmond Mission||October 26, 1947||Richmond, VA||6|
|Washington D.C. South Mission||October 16, 1960||Burke, VA||7|
|West Virginia Charleston Mission||TBD||Charleston, WV||4 (of 7)|
|Maryland Baltimore Mission||TBD||Ellicott City, MD||1 (of 7)|