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President Nelson | “Temples are nourished with names”

As the physical work on the Orem Utah Temple progresses, we invite you to register for a FamilySearch account on and opt in to receive messages so that FamilySearch can help you prepare family names who need temple ordinances.
President Russell M. Nelson declared:
“Family history research and temple service are one work in this church. We cannot do vicarious work for our progenitors unless we know who they are. Temples are nourished with names. Without genealogies, ordinances could be performed only for the living. Searching out the names of our kindred dead is a duty of consummate importance.” (2019 temple leadership seminar)
Registering for a FamilySearch account and learning about your ancestors is an important and joyful way to prepare for the dedication of the Orem Utah Temple.
Utah Area Presidency
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