The next online edition of Presbyterian Historical Society LIVE will include simple tricks and life hacks to keep original congregational records decently in order.
The program – slated for 5 p.m. Thursday, July 15 – will be presented by records archivist David Staniunas on both Zoom and Facebook.
Staniunas will explain how the Presbyterian Historical Society preserves the original records of PC(USA) congregation, bringing in more than 200 churches’ records in more than 350 cubic feet every year.
To attend the free PHS LIVE program, click below to access the Facebook feed or click the zoom link below at 4:55 p.m. that day to access the Zoom webinar session.
A recording of the program will be archived as part of the PHS LIVE series that treats history fans and researchers with how-to sessions and author talks about subjects like:
- Journal of Presbyterian History special issues about the dynamics of indigenization,
- The David Sindt Papers and LGBTQIA+ History;
- Rethinking the Value of Community Cookbooks,
- Women’s History in the PHS Archive,
- Sarah Smith’s Educational Advocacy for Arab Women.
The PHS LIVE series is just one resource available through the PHS History online. The website also includes online-exhibits; resources about Presbyterian history about Presbyterian history, Reformed traditions, racism, civil rights, world mission and other topics; and electronic versions of various publications.