The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints590 Bryan Drive, Apex, NC 27502 (beside the post office)
Family Search: What's NewDiscover the latest apps, icons, tools, research partners, and family history improvements on Family Search and Family Tree.
Family Search IndexingHow YOU can help make the world's records readily available to everyone.
Temple Descendancy SearchesFind your cousins! Descendancy research is a different approach to doing family history work, is perfect for beginners, and those finding it difficult to extend their direct lines back in time.
A Billion GravesLearn how to search for your ancestor's graves and help make family history available to everyone.
Grow Your Family TreeThis class focuses on adding family members to your Tree, attaching records, and using the record hints and research suggestion icons.
Apps and Tech TricksLearn how to use the latest phone and tablet apps and other tech tricks to hasten your family history work.
African American RootsHow to conduct African American genealogy research.
Freedmen's Bureau ProjectWhat this indexing project is and how you can help restore records of millions of freed slaves.
Family History Center 101An introduction to the Family History Center and its resources and operations.
EZ Photo ScanGet up to 25 photos scanned and learn how to place them on Family Tree. Please bring your own flash drive.
Find a NameThis class will provide one-on-one assistance in finding a name to take the temple. Consider attending Temple Descendancy Research before attending this class. Ideal for individuals who have never submitted a family file request or who have experienced limited success.
Research WikiHow to advance your family history work by using Research Wiki.
Resolving DuplicatesLearn how to merge records and resolve duplicate names in Family Tree in order to reserve temple ordinances.
Your Mamma's MammaHow to research and discoverer the maiden names of your female ancestors.
Family Stories Using TechnologyTelling your family stories involves more than "just the facts" or a few photos. Learn how to plan your message and use available technology to tell your stories more effectively and share them with family and friends.
Oral HistoryLearn how to conduct oral interviews, record, and preserve personal life histories.