Welcome to the exciting Restoration Archives Project!
We are currently seeking volunteers to help out on a few projects. We are always in need of transcription assistance, copy-editing and proofreading. If you have any of these skills, and would like to be of assistance, please visit the main website page at www.restorationarchives.com and click “Submissions” to begin the process of signing up for the website. As part of that signup is a section for you to volunteer, and to describe your abilities that might lend themselves to the project. Alternatively, you can click on “Contact” and just send us a quick message.
But you don’t need to volunteer for the Restoration Archives Project to get involved with record keeping. We encourage you, in your own home, to begin assembling a good library of important gospel and restoration related documents. The Denver Snuffer library, the Joseph Smith Papers project, and other volumes are important to have in your home. We encourage you who are in active fellowship groups to begin, if you haven’t already, to journal and document the activities and happenings of your fellowship group. These records will ultimately become a part of the archive. If you are planning, or have planned, a conference or similar event, please document the planning, execution and actual happenings of the conference or event. All this is important information for future generations to see what was done, what was accomplished, and what was learned. Failures and mistakes are every bit as important, if not more so, as triumphs and successes.
We look forward to your participation in this Project!