Is there a way to connect my membership record with familysearch, or do I just have to enter the information?
You can add your Church record number to your account to get access to features for Church members. If you did not add your number when you set up your account, you could add it later. Your ward or branch clerk can give you the number if you don’t have it. Then you can print out the family name card.
You can view the articles by clicking on the link below to add your membership number.
We hope this information will prove useful to you, and we wish you continued success in your family history endeavors.
Just adding to what has already been posted.
I believe that you have reserved and completed the Sealing to Spouse ordinance for your parents, and that you would now like to be sealed to your parents.
You can't print the ordinance card for yourself to be sealed to your parents in FamilySearch because you are living. FamilySearch only has this capacity for deceased individuals. If one of the parties is living, then FamilySearch is not used.
Instead, these are the steps ....
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.
All the best.
Thank you Amy,
I'm glad I read your post before I posted again, remarking that my membership record # is already on my FamilySearch site.
In addition to the previous post, we want to include the link on how to print the family name cards from home.
We appreciate you posting your questions in the community. Thank you.
I believe you are asking about how to be sealed to your deceased parents while you are living. Is this correct?
If so, please visit with your Bishop or Branch President. Your Bishop will provide you the instructions on how to do this ordinance. Since you are living and the sealing to parent ordinance belongs to the child, this is something that will change your membership account. It will not be something that will show up in FamilySearch until after your own death.