Sun, Jul 11 | Virtual Conversation and Q&A

Church History and the World | Joseph Smith's Kirtland Revelations

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Church History and the World | Joseph Smith's Kirtland Revelations

Time & Location

Jul 11, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PDT
Virtual Conversation and Q&A

About the Event

When: Jul 11, 2021 05:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Church History and the World | Joseph Smith's Kirtland Revelations

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/94497331006?pwd=amVHNUhBMzN3SUtiNGZUUmw0RnJ6Zz09

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Join The John A. Widtsoe Foundation in an interactive virtual conversation and Q&A series discussing key components of Church History. This series is hosted by Richard E. Turley Jr., Widtsoe Foundation Board Member and former Managing Director of the Church History Department, and is joined by esteemed historians and other experts to discuss insights into each topic, and their impact on members of the Church across the globe. The topics coincide with the Come Follow Me curriculum, and our hope is that these conversations enhance your Come Follow Me study and help Church members around the world understand how Church history connects with them, and how it connects them together more deeply.  In this month’s conversation, we're pleased to be joined by Mark Staker, Church Historian and historic sites expert. The pair will be discussing Joseph Smith's revelations while in Kirtland, and the global implications of those revelations. This conversation will follow the same format as our previous events (see our YouTube Channel), beginning with our conversation partners discussing the topic, and then opening the floor for audience questions and comments. We encourage attendees to respectfully participate in the discussion chat, submit questions, and enjoy a dynamic conversation about the history of Joseph Smith's Kirtland Revelations.

Registration is Closed