The Family History Department will hold free family history training for priesthood leaders and Church members, including classes for youth, in conjunction with RootsTech, March 21-23, 2013.
The training will provide a sneak peek of upcoming FamilySearch features, provide inspiration and insight with sessions taught by General Authorities and Family History Department staff, a concert by The Tabernacle Choir on Thursday, March 21, a special morning devotional on Saturday, March 23, along with a youth devotional that evening.
General Authority speakers include:
- Elder Paul E. Koelliker of the Seventy
- Elder Allen F. Packer of the Seventy, and Executive Director of the Family History Department
- Elder Bradley D. Foster of the Seventy
To register, visit http://www.RootsTech.org/fhcallings.
Story and Song With the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Join the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on Thursday, March 21, from 8:45–9:30 p.m.
The Choir will present “Land That I Love, the Immigration of Irving Berlin” a special evening of music, video, and spoken word to celebrate the connections and stories we all share of our immigrant pasts. The world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir will perform musical numbers such as “High on a Mountaintop,” “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing,” and Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America.” Special remarks will be provided by Elder Allan F. Packer. No tickets needed, all are welcome. Seating is limited.
Youth classes, activities, and a special evening devotional with Sister Elaine S. Dalton will be available on Saturday, March 23. Attendees will see what other youth are doing to help further the work of salvation and learn how they can embrace the invitation to do family history.
More information, including registration is available at RootsTech.org/youth.
Can’t Come To Utah?
Those who aren’t able to travel to Salt Lake City can still participate in RootsTech through online streaming sessions available live and as video on demand on the RootsTech.org web page (see schedule).