A date for your diary – 3rd March 2018 – 8pm GMT – Live on lds.org
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President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency and his wife, Sister Kristen M. Oaks, will be the keynote speakers at Family Discovery Day at 1:00 p.m. MST on Saturday, March 3, 2018. Attend or watch live on LDS.org from anywhere in the world.
Source: 2018 RootsTech Family Discovery Day – Church News and Events
These sessions are running at the Mitchell Library through dates in May and June, for all who might be interested. To book, call 0141 287 2999.
If you can’t watch live on February 11 (starting at 1:00 p.m. MST), videos of the messages from Family Discovery Day will also be archived at lds.org/discoverfamily for later viewing.
Street Boards & Flyers
Recently our full-time missionaries used Street Boards and handed out Family History Flyers at the public approach to Rivergate Shopping Mall in Irvine on Saturday, 15 October 2016.
This was in response to our ward Family History initiative which was to raise awareness of the various resources available now to both members and friends of the church to enable them to pull together their family history and Continue reading Reaching Out Through Family History
A labour of love
I have a lovely friend who has just done what I’ve been saying for years I will do – she has scanned all her old family photographs, and put them together in a book that she has dedicated to her grandchildren. The photographs in the book start in the year 1868, and finish in 2015. It’s full of written details that she’s remembered, or gathered from elderly relatives, and it’s beautiful. It’s a treasure. Continue reading Family History in the Making: Journaling 2
Who are you…who were you?
We talk a lot about researching our family history and seeking out our Ancestry – but it’s also important that we record our own family history that’s happening right now.
How I would love to know more about my grandparents, and my great-grandparents, and those who lived before them. In my family we have many photographs from the past, unnamed and Continue reading Family History in the Making: Journaling