My parents are both deceased and I want to be sealed to them and how do I do that?
Wind in Face
We understand that you would like to be sealed to your deceased parents. This is what you need to do to be sealed to your deceased parents.
To be sealed to deceased parents, you must be baptized and endowed (if you are 21 years or older). Call the temple to make an appointment for the sealing. Take the following items with you when you go to the temple:
For more information on policies related to sealings, please consult the Church’s General Handbook: Serving in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Section 28 and Section 38.4.
Note: To seal living individuals to other living individuals, please visit your local bishop or branch president. Ordinances involving only living individuals cannot be reserved in Family Tree.
We hope you found this information helpful. Enjoy the trip to the temple. What a special blessing.
Hola Viento en la Cara, felicitaciones por tener el deseo de sellarte a tus padres, sólo deseo complementar la información que se te ha otorgado, como se te indica que debes estar investido y con tu recomendación al día, pero además debes hablar con tu Obispo para que te otorguen una recomendación para ordenanzas personales (que vas a sellarte a tus padres), espero que tengas una maravillosa experiencia en el Templo.
According to our Temple Recorder, family group sheets are no longer required. The temple has access to all the information necessary to verify the information.
Thank you for the information. I hope I can print of a family group with my parents and I. Even though they were divorced is that ok and the fact I sealed him to his second wife and deceased son? And is this done in a sealing room for people in my family history that I need to have done or is it done in the big sealing room? Do I find proxies for my parents when I go? Thank you,
@Wind in Face , call your local temple and tell them you wish to be sealed to your deceased parents and they will lead you through the process and answer all your questions. They do this kind of thing all the time.