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Center Contacts and Hours

Location Map:   Click Here

Address:

  • 1301 Boiling Springs Rd.  Greer, SC 29650 United States
  • Languages: English and Spanish

Phone:

  • 1-864-627-0553

E-mail:

  • SC_Greenville@ldsmail.net

Open Hours:

  • Tuesday:7:00pm-8:30pm
  • Wednesday:7:00pm-8:30pm
  • To make an appointment for other times, please contact the director at (1-864-907-5349.)

Holiday Schedule:

We will be closed during the month of July.  Special openings will be available.  Please contact the director at the number above.

Please call ahead during inclement weather.



Calendar and Events

Upcoming Events

Class Schedule

Staff Training Meetings


Center Resources

Collections

  • FamilySearch Catalog: Many of the items in the Catalog are now available online!  Please check the "Notes" category of the catalog record before placing your microfilm order.

Databases and Software

  • FHC Portal  provides free access for many premium, subscription resources.  These include (but are not limited to): Ancestry, FindMyPast, Fold3, and MyHeritage.  You must be in the Center to obtain full access to these resources.
  • All patrons are encouraged to create a free FamilySearch account before visiting the center for assistance.  LDS church membership is not required.

Hardware and Equipment

  • 3 Dell desktop PCs running Windows 7
  • 1 Lexmark printer/scanner/copier with USB port
  • 1 microfiche reader (reader only)
  • 1 microfilm reader (reader only)

Center Services

Staff Research Specialties

Our staff is equipped to assist patrons to identify the records best suited to their research needs, interpret census data, and those with Latin American ancestry.  Spanish-speaking assistance is available.


Resources in the Local Area

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