Are you and your family interested in learning how to begin discovering your family roots? Join us February 11, 2017, RootsTech Family Discovery Day, a free event where individuals and families of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are inspired to discover and celebrate their family connections—past, present, and future—through inspiring messages, interactive activities, one-on-one help, and more.
Can’t attend in person? No worries. Family Discovery Day will be streamed live.
Can’t attend in-person? No worries. Family Discovery Day will be streamed live.
Watch Family Discovery Day Live
The Family Discovery Day livestream will begin with the Family Discovery Day general session featuring inspiring messages from President Russell M. Nelson, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and his wife, Sister Wendy Watson Nelson. President and Sister Nelson will share their insight into the significance of family and give viewers a more intimate perspective into their family life as parents of 10 children, grandparents of 57 grandchildren, and great-grandparents of 89 great-grandchildren and counting.
Other Family Discovery Day sessions that will be streamed live will include inspiring messages and stories from former NFL player and current television personality, Vai Sikahema; BYU head football coach, Kalani Sitake; and BYU professor of religion, and popular speaker, Hank Smith.
Here’s How to Watch
The Family Discovery Day general session with President and Sister Nelson will begin at 1:00 p.m. (MST) on February 11, 2017, and will be streamed live on the home page of churchofjesuschrist.org and through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint’s Channel’s YouTube channel, streaming platforms, and mobile apps.
The RootsTech Family Discovery Day livestream will be available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Want to watch messages from Family Discovery Day 2016? Click here to watch Elder Dale G. Renlund, and family, Sheri Dew, Taysom Hill, and more. For more information about RootsTech Family Discovery Day, visit RootsTech.org.