Orem Sunset Heights Family History Center

This site is owned by the FHC director. It is not an official site of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

About Us

Welcome to the Orem Utah Sunset Heights Multi-Stake Family History Center.

We offer:

  • One-on-one assistance
  • Free access to subscription websites
  • Classes on Family Tree, FamilySearch, subscription websites and various research topics 

Open Hours:

  • Monday, Thursday and Friday: 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.
  • Tuesday and Wednesday: 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. and 6:30 P.M. to 9 P.M.
  • Closed Saturday and Sunday

Holiday Closures:

  • Dec 16-Jan 1, Christmas
  • Jan 20, Martin Luther King Day
  • Feb 17, President’s Day
  • Apr 5, General Conference
  • May 24-May 26, Memorial Day weekend
  • July 4-5, Independence Day Weekend
  • July 24, Pioneer Day
  • Sept 1, Labor Day
  • Oct 4, General Conference
  • Oct 31, Halloween, closed after 4 pm
  • Nov 26, closed after 1 pm- Nov 29, Thanksgiving
  • Dec 22-Jan 1, Christmas

We serve patrons in the four stake area of Cherry Hill, Lakeview, Sunset Heights and Vineyard and the community.

Contact us:

  • 1260 South 400 West, Orem, Utah  (adjacent to Utah Valley University)
  • 801-222-0455
  • ut_oremsunsetheights@ldsmail.net
  • Directors: Ken and Cheryl Fugal, 801-221-4774

Mission Statement:

The Orem Sunset Heights Multi-Stake Family History Center—under the direction of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—serves members of the Sunset Heights, Lakeview, Vineyard and Cherry Hill Stakes, but welcomes all. We are a resource for priesthood leaders in the work of salvation for the living and the dead, as well as for members as they identify their ancestors and provide temple ordinances for them.  We serve those with an interest in family history, both individuals and groups, among our members and from our community.  We provide a convenient, warm and welcoming environment in a well-maintained and technologically up-to-date facility, staffed by knowledgeable and helpful consultants. We encourage the sharing of family history information through participation with FamilySearch services, other genealogical organizations, and social media.


 


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