Sunday Virtual Classes
Sunday, December 3, 2023
|2:00||Kathryn Grant||Boost Your Family History Brain Power (for Latter-day Saints) 3: Recognizing Problems in Family Tree and Determining Causes|
|3:30||James Tanner||Genealogical Periodicals as a Research Opportunity|
|5:00||No Class||First Presidency Christmas Devotional|
Sunday, December 10, 2023
|2:00||Kathryn Grant||Boost Your Family History Brain Power (for Latter-day Saints) 4: Fixing Sticky Problems in Family Tree|
|3:30||James Tanner||Delving into Colonial Town Records|
|5:00||Amy Peacock||What’s in a Name? Given Names, Surnames–Next Steps|
Full Schedule (Subject to change.)
Zoom Link for Sunday Classes (At scheduled times.)
Virtual Classes Archive (Recordings, handouts, etc.)
Sunday Classes FAQs
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.
Is the BYU Library open on Sundays?
Yes! As of January 22nd, 2023, the BYU Library is open for family history on Sundays (except holidays, General Conference, and BYU semester breaks) from 4:00-8:00 p.m. See more information about our Sunday hours & services.
Will virtual classes continue on Sundays now that the library is open Sundays? How about in-person classes?
Yes. Sunday classes will continue virtually. Eventually, we will also resume some scheduled in-person classes, but for the moment, they will be virtual only. Live or recorded virtual classes may be shown in one of the classrooms.
Can I schedule a class or activity for a group on Sundays?
Yes, 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. You can also schedule these on weekdays.