While we are closed Sundays, we have virtual classes!
Sunday, December 11, 2022
|2:00||Kathryn Grant||How Family History Helps Us Hear and Follow the Spirit|
|3:30||James Tanner||What if you don’t speak your ancestors’ native language? Foreign Language Resources.|
|5:00||Jerroleen Sorensen||Christmas Family History Activities for Children|
Sunday, December 18, 2022
No Sunday Classes – Christmas Break
Full Schedule (Subject to change.)
Zoom Link for Sunday Classes (At scheduled times.)
Virtual Classes Archive (Recordings, handouts, etc.)
Do you offer classes or other instruction besides on Sunday?
Yes! Besides Sunday Classes, we also have many other virtual classes, webinars, instructional videos, and tutorials.
Are your Sunday classes recorded?
We do record most of the classes and/or provide copies of handouts and slides. See our virtual classes archive.
Can I get personal assistance with family history on Sunday?
Can I schedule a group visit or class?
We are not currently hosting groups on Sundays, but we can schedule groups in-person or virtually on weekdays Monday-Friday. We love to host YSAs, Youth, and adult groups for classes or other family history activities. To schedule a group, contact the Family History Missionaries.
Do I need to schedule an appointment during open hours?
- Individuals can walk in or join our virtual help desk without an appointment during our hours of operation.
- Individuals also have the option to schedule an appointment. To schedule an appointment contact the Family History Missionaries.
- Groups need an appointment. To schedule an appointment contact the Family History Missionaries.
- For scanning, it is best to schedule the equipment. Reserve a scanner online or contact the Help Desk.
Is the BYU Family History Library open Saturdays?
Yes, we are open most Saturdays. However, the Family History Missionaries are not currently here on Saturdays. Student reference assistance are available.
When will the BYU Family History Library open again on Sundays?
We will reopen once we are certain that health conditions will permit us to remain open long term, and once our volunteer staffing levels and capacity are at a point when we can sustainbly manage a Sunday schedule again.