Salt Lake Rose Park Family History Center

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We serve the Rose Park, Rose Park North and Riverside Stakes, and everyone interested in Family History and Genealogy in this area.

All Family History research support is offered as a complimentary service to the community.

Rose Park Stake Center 760 N. 1200 W., Salt Lake City, UT 84116 United States (Enter by the southwest door, convenient to our ample free parking).

Phone: 801-578-6769 Email:

Regular Hours:

Wednesday   9:30 am - 12 pm

Thursday       6:30 pm - 9 pm

Saturday        9:30 am - 12 pm

Schedule a special class at a time convenient to your group by e-mailing the request and contact information to

To schedule Indexing Training, contact our Stake Temple & Family History Indexing Lead at 801 364-2688 or at the above e-mail address.

Our next class is on Valentine's Day - 14 February from 7 - 8 pm:

"Capture Your Family’s Love Stories" Discover, Record and/or Write these Stories to Preserve them on Family Search.

Remember that we each began because of the love of two people. Their stories have ramifications throughout the generations and will be a joy to our posterity. We will share stories with each other and learn how to appropriately save them on FamilySearch and on social media.

Rootstech 2018 is from 28 February to 3 March. Visit for more information.

Family Discovery Day on 3 March 2018 will feature Elder and Sister Oaks

Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Sister Kristen M. Oaks, will be sharing family history insight and experience. This special event is sure to bring your family closer together, help you make new connections, and provide you with opportunities to discover fascinating details about where your family belongs in the vast tapestry of the human family. Registration is free for this day, visit for details.

March Focus: Add ancestors to your FamilySearch Tree beginning with the first four generations in Family Search - then expand. 

April Focus:  Adding Stories and Memories to Your Tree in Family Search from sketches, vignettes, journal entries, letters, and histories written by us and our ancestors. Discover family histories in online resources.

Note: The Family History Center is Closed during heavy snowstorms for everyone's safety.