While the Church History Library remains closed to the public, we are excited to announce that the Church History Library has resumed offering group presentations for in-person groups of 25 or less, available Monday-Friday, 10:00 AM-3:00 PM. Each interactive presentation lasts approximately 30-45 minutes and is followed by a question-and-answer session.
To view available presentations and reserve one for your group, click on a presentation’s title below.
For questions about group presentations, please contact us at email@example.com.
Learn more about what the First Vision meant to Joseph Smith—and what it still means for us 200 years later. This presentation introduces Joseph Smith's several accounts of his experience, together with records from people who heard him bear his prophetic witness. You will also discuss ways to address common questions about the First Vision and Joseph Smith.
This presentation shares fascinating details about the translation of the Book of Mormon and how its story has been represented throughout the history of the restored Church. For example, you will learn about the process Joseph Smith followed while translating from the gold plates, then examine instances when the seer stones, urim and thummim, and lost 116 pages have appeared in scripture, history, and art.
Explore how women have shaped the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from its beginnings to the present day. This presentation features personal stories and narrative accounts showcasing the work of Latter-day Saint women from Guatemala, Nigeria, Germany, South Africa, and other locations around the world. You will also learn how to access additional inspiring accounts of Latter-day Saint women using the Gospel Library.
“Foundations of Faith” Exhibit
Once the Church History Library fully reopens on August 2, 2021, you will also be able to visit our "Foundations of Faith" exhibit in person. Come learn about the Church History Library’s purpose, the facility, and the types of records stored in the vaults. Visitors can also choose to view a short video and then be guided through the exhibit, which contains original foundational documents of the restored Church of Jesus Christ on display in the Church History Library.