RootsTech Connect is coming up soon—February 25–27, 2021— and it’s free and online this year. Here are 4 ways you can connect with your friends, family, and homelands from the comfort of your home.

  1. Inspirational learning sessions. Enjoy dozens of celebrity keynote speakers and hundreds of other sessions. Live streaming begins at 9:00 p.m. MST on February 24 and will be rebroadcast and available on demand. Use the playlist feature on to create a personalized list of sessions to watch on demand during and after the event.
  2. Temple and Family History Leadership Instruction. Elder David A. Bednar, Elder Gary E. Stevenson, Elder Dale G. Renlund and other leaders will host training focused on the theme “Hear Him Through Temple and Family History Work,” based on President Russell M. Nelson’s promise that “as you increase your time in temple and family history work, you will increase and improve your ability to hear Him.” Watch on demand anytime on
  3. Family Discovery Day Session. February 27 at noon MST. Join Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia Holland and their family as they visit important and meaningful sites in St. George, Utah, and talk about the important connections we make in our lives — to our homeland and ancestors, our immediate family, the family of God and to God Himself. Watch the livestream on
  4. Young Adult and Youth Experience. February 25 through 1:00 p.m. MST on February 27. Join the worldwide challenge called OurQuest for Connection. The experience culminates in a global wrap-up event featuring Elder David A. Bednar, Sister Bonnie H. Cordon and Brother Steven J. Lund on Saturday, February 27, at 1:00 p.m. MST on See

Watch any of these offerings live or view the recorded broadcasts later on demand. Sign up at

RootsTech is the largest family history conference in the world. Presenters will teach from international locations and all experiences will be available in 11 languages.



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