Date: May 19, 2018 09:29PM
I'm moving and a faker Mormon as it's easier to deal with that way for me. I've got to the point where I've set new roots anyways with people I can be honest to.
Anyways once I move I'm hoping I could get my records moved somewhere else than where I'm actually going. I don't know of any other Mormons in the city I'm going to but it's still close enough to home that if someone in that new ward or stake did recognize my name and saw I'm not going it could be problematic. Or who knows what else.
Can I call a ward a couple hundred miles away or out of state and tell them to move my.records in? Will they have access to viewing my past/ current ward and potentially call my previous Bishop? Do bishops have the ability to view anyone's records even if it's not in the stake boundaries? Are bishops notified when a name is leaving their jurisdiction and are they able to see the new address?
Also will bishops even move your record without you having gone to church there yet first? I almost did this once I meant to go on a Sunday but apparently it was stake conference ealier that day so I got worried the ward that I had been claiming to be going to had been dissolved becuaee the building was empty haha so I frea ked out and called that ward bishop and he explained the situation and also was willing to move my records :p
Hoping he never called my current bishop about me never going and I'm hoping he didn't even have access to my past/ future bishops. Anyone know?