Church History Department Sponsors Opportunities to Learn about LDS Faith
Contributed By By Lok Yi Chan, Church News and Events
- May 10, 2012
- “Joseph Smith, Man of Faith” will be presented on Thursday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m.
- The lecture will be held in the main floor auditorium of the Church Office Building, located at 50 E. North Temple Street in Salt Lake City.
- Ronald O. Barney, an employee in the Church History Department and the executive director of the Mormon History Association, will present the lecture.
As part of an ongoing effort to preserve and share Latter-day Saint history with the world, the Church History Library will present on Thursday, May 10, “Joseph Smith, Man of Faith.” The event, part of the Church History Department’s monthly Men and Women of Faith lecture series, will be held at 7:00 p.m. mountain daylight time in the main floor auditorium of the Church Office Building, located at 50 E. North Temple Street in Salt Lake City.
Ronald O. Barney, a former Church History Department employee, will present the lecture, which will cover the life of the Prophet Joseph Smith.
Patrons can find a complete schedule of lectures on the Men and Women of Faith website or in a printed brochure available at the Church History Library. The themes are subject to change; patrons can find the most current information available on the website.
Validated parking is available at the Conference Center. Guests should ask for parking tokens when they enter the Conference Center parking lot.
A list of the remaining lectures for the year is provided below:
- June 14—“The Untold Story of Mormon Pioneers with Disabilities,” by M. Bryce Fifield
- August 9—“‘I Loved the Work’: Stories of Faith from the Life of Ann Cannon Woodbury,” by Kim Woodbury
- September 13—“The Founding of Pipe Spring, Arizona,” by John A. Peterson
- October 18—“Faith and the Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon,” by William W. Slaughter
- November 8—“Latter-day Saint Women’s Education, 1875–1896,” by Andrea Ventilla
Evenings at the Museum Events
In addition to the lecture series, the Church History Department sponsors other events and activities each year to help people connect with and understand the LDS faith.
Evenings at the Museum is a series of programs designed and sponsored by the Church History Museum throughout the year to provide patrons with an inspirational experience through immersion in Church history, art, music, and culture. Upcoming events include the following:
Elder Marlin K. Jensen of the Seventy, who is completing his tenure as Church Historian and Recorder, will give a lecture on June 21 at 7:00 p.m. mountain daylight time at the Church History Museum theatre. This event requires tickets, which can be obtained by calling 801-240-9573 starting May 28. Each patron can reserve up to four tickets. A standby line will form for those who don’t have tickets. Visit the Church history website for more information.
Latter-day Saint singer Alex Boyé will sing and lecture on October 19, at 7:00 p.m. mountain daylight time at the Church History Museum theatre. This event requires tickets, which will be available by calling 801-240-9573 starting September 27. Each patron can reserve up to four tickets. A standby line will form for those who do not have tickets. Visit the Church history website for more information.