California Rancho Cucamonga Mission

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The California Rancho Cucamonga Mission is a new mission as of April 2013. The work will continue to leap forward in the Rancho Cucamonga area. If you have served in areas located within the California Rancho Cucamonga Mission, we would love to hear from you!

The Church

There are about 777,061 members in the state of California right now, with 156 stakes, 1,184 wards and 164 branches.  Three new missions were added, including the Rancho Cucamonga mission, which adds to complete the state with 16 missions. There are seven temples throughout the state as well.


Like most cities in California, the area of Rancho Cucamonga hosts all genres of foods and cuisines. Shopping for unique and special items isn’t a problem either as it is a growing community and offers specialty stores for organic and specific food items. There is full access to fresh produce and other grocery items at mainstream grocery stores. This area also welcomes a thriving, diverse restaurant arena highlighting foods from all over the world. Whatever you need, you will be able to find it in Rancho Cucamonga.


The highway system running through Rancho Cucamonga involves I-15, the 210 freeway and U.S. Route 66. The interstate highway divides an industrial and shopping area from the larger portion of the city, and then leads north towards the San Gabriel Mountains. Freeway 210 heads east-west through the northern part of the city.

There are a variety of public transit options in Rancho Cucamonga. The bus line serves the suburbs and the city and there is the Metrolink Train Service. Taxis are available throughout all of California, and the closest international airport is the Ontario International Airport.


The crime rate in Rancho Cucamonga varies throughout different neighborhoods. As a whole the index number reaches above the national average crime rate, but does not fall into the highest category. The majority of the crime relates to property issues, not violent crimes. The law enforcement programs provide great assistance in preventing unwanted occurrences and offer plans and suggestions to keep community members and visitors safe. This plan not only relates to man-inflicted issues, but natural disasters. There are four phases to this “Emergency Management Program” that provides assistance for a safer community.

Flag of California Rancho Cucamonga Mission


United States
President Bruce E. Hobbs

6541 Woodruff Pl
Rancho Cucamonga CA 91701
United States

Catholic, Christian Denominations
The area welcomes dry, sunny summers and pleasant winters. Rancho Cucamonga sees few rainfalls throughout the year, amounting to about 15 inches a year.
Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland


We look forward to hearing from the new missionaries serving in this new mission. Coming soon!

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