Tuesday, October 13, 2009

NFS Rollout News for Columbus Day 2009

Columbus discovered America and Bountiful discovered that they are next up for New FamilySearch (NFS). And it’s time for another map update.

New FamilySearch Rollout Map for 12 Oct 2009

Here’s the changes since the last map update:

  • Last week Thomas S. Monson announced a new temple will be constructed in Brigham City, Utah. It is shown on the map in purple.
  • Ogden finished rolling live yesterday, so it’s now green. It is the 119th temple in the NFS rollout.
  • As expected, Mount Timpanogos will finish rolling out next Monday, becoming the 120th.
  • Timpanogos’ sister temple, Bountiful, will start its rollout next Monday. Twenty-one stakes will make the switch to NFS.

This leaves just the four temples within the Salt Lake Valley. Who will be next? Who will be last? Rumors over the past year have specified the last temple to be:

  • Salt Lake (Ray Friess, March 2009)
  • Busiest will be last and Jordan River is busiest (Doris Bateman, March 2009)
  • Both Bountiful and Jordan River (David Samuelsen, June 2009)

Will next Monday’s announcement include one of the final four? Stay tuned!

When your stake gets a go live date, let me know at AncestryInsider@gmail.com . And stay tuned to the Ancestry Insider at “Temple Districts Using New FamilySearch” for the latest news!

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