Deseret Sunday School Union
- Existence: 1872 - 1971
The Deseret Sunday School Union (1872-1971) was an auxiliary program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that provided Sunday religious instruction to members of the Church.
The Deseret Sunday School Union was established in 1872 in a renaming of the earlier Parent Sunday School Union. The organization provided Sunday religious instruction in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as well as support services such as curriculum development, teacher training, and library services. The Deseret Sunday School Union was renamed the Sunday School during a reorganization of Church auxiliaries in 1971.
Citation:nuc87-34314: Sperry, S.B. The Old Testament prophets, 1965(hdg. on UU rept.: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Deseret Sunday School Union; usage: Deseret Sunday School Union)
LC data base, 2-23-88(Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Deseret Sunday School Union; usage: Deseret Sunday School Union)
Files of The Church History Catalog, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, viewed 11 March 2013(Parent Sunday School Union (1867-1872); organized on November 4, 1867 as Parent Sunday School Union; Deseret Sunday School Union (1872-1971); Sunday School (August 1971-present) also known as Great Salt Lake Sunday School Union; Sunday School Union of Utah Territory; Sunday School Union)
Wikipedia, website viewed 11 March 2013(Sunday School (LDS Church); Sunday School; formerly Deseret Sunday School Union; official auxiliary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; November 11, 1867 Brigham Young ordered that a union of the Sunday Schools be carried out and Daniel H. Wells, George A. Smith, Wilford Woodruff, George Q. Cannon, and Brigham Young, Jr. met and organized the Parent Sunday School Union; In 1872 the Sunday School organization was renamed the Deseret Sunday School Union; named Deseret Sunday School Union until 1971 when it was renamed simply Sunday School)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Film was released in 1955, and was produced by Brigham Young University Motion Picture Department for the Sunday School board of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was designed as a training video for Sunday School teachers by showing the training needed to teach well.The collection has one copy on a film reel.
Typewritten letter addressed "to Presidents of Stakes, Bishops, and Stake Superintendents of Sunday Schools." The item expresses faith in the Sunday School system of the Mormon Church and states that it will help the membership earn their salvation. The letter was signed by Cannon, George Goddard, and Karl G. Maeser as members of the General Superintendency of Sunday School for the Mormon Church. The signatures were placed on the item by some form of mechanical reproducing process.
Handwritten and typewritten drafts and final versions of speeches and Sunday school lessons. Also included are newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and a biography of Felt by her children. Most of the materials are intended for Mormon children and teach simple precepts of the Mormon faith.
Follow me / [Brigham Young University] ; [producer, Wetzel Whitaker] ; [screenplay, Scott Whitaker], 1983
Film was released in 1962, and was produced by Brigham Young University Motion Picture Department. It depicts a Christian family who learns to love others. The collection has one copy of on a film reel made in 1983.
Contains correspondence between George H. Brimhall and Church leaders, family, and others. Includes information on speaking engagements and Brimhall's service with the Sunday School. Materials date from between 1897 and 1901.
Johnny Lingo / a Brigham Young University production ; produced and directed by Wetzel O. Whitaker ; [screenplay, Orma W. Wallengren], 1969
Film was released in 1969, and was produced by Brigham Young University for the Sunday School program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The film depicts the importance of helping others realize their self-worth through the story is of a sea-trader named Johnny Lingo and his persuit of Mohanna as his wife. The collection contains one copy on a film reel. Dated 1969.
This collection consists of a diary kept in a notebook. One section of the journal covers the years 1885-1886 when McCullough traveled to California to work. The remaining section covers the years 1895-1896. At this time McCullough was active in the Mormon Church. He visited local Mormon wards and branches and held meetings relating to the Sunday School.