Friday, August 17, 2007

Billings Montana next in line for NFS

I just read this on FHCNET:

"Beginning Tuesday, August 28, the new process for printing temple name cards using Family Ordinance Requests will be used in the Billings Montana Temple. New FamilySearch will be available to the general membership of the Church who live in the Billings Montana temple district early in the morning on the previous Saturday, August 25, 2007. No additional notice will be sent to priesthood leaders or members of the Church in the Billings Montana temple district concerning these dates.

We ask that family history consultants and center directors encourage members who have existing TempleReady disks to take them to the temple and have their temple name cards printed before August 28. Beginning immediately, please do not create any new TempleReady disks in your family history centers for processing at the Billings Montana Temple.

If you have not done so already, please complete the new FamilySearch online training prior to August 28 in preparation for helping members to use new FamilySearch as part of the new process for preparing ancestral names for the temple. Please contact FamilySearch Support by e-mail or phone if you have any questions or problems."

Here is a list of the temple districts using new FamilySearch:


Anonymous said...

Do you know if the training is available for all Family History Consultants or if you must be in a Temple district where NFS has been announced before training is available.

Renee Zamora said...

If you are a family history consultant you can use the Family History Consultant Training Courses on the Church's Internet Learning System (Net Dimensions). This is were the instructions will come. When your temple district is announced they will have special training. They are hoping FHCs will use the Learning System first.

You can also check out this website to watch a video on NFS.