2024 Annual Conference
St. George, Utah
Call for papers deadline, April 6, 2024.
John Whitmer Books Archaeology Series
Two titles currently in the series, more to follow. We think you’ll dig this series.
2023 President’s Award
was presented to William D. Morain for exemplary service, kindness, and fortitude as the John Whitmer Historical Association Journal Editor, 2012-2023.
The 2023 conference in Fredericksburg, Texas was a hit.
2023 Conference Sunrise Memorial Service at Zodiac Cemetery Video
“Oh, my. Words cannot capture the feelings of my spirit and stop the falling of my tears. You all did it just as I would have done. Thank you all so much for making this happen.” Melvin Clarno Johnson
Donate See Money for the 50th Anniversary Tree
to be planted at the Heritage Plaza Historic Site in Independence, Missouri and dedicated at a future Independence conference.
Donate here, enter tree in the comments, support this symbol of JWHA’s continuing growth.
JWHA’s 50th Anniversary: A Legacy of Restoration History
The 50th anniversary conference in Independence is behind us, but still on our minds and guiding us to the next fifty years. What a joy it was to have nearly all of our living founders present with us, as well as many of the past JWHA presidents! Watch the videos, hear from the founders their vision for our future.
◆ Watch the tribute to their service and the journey ahead.
◆ Hear from the founders’ on the importance of JWHA in the 50th Anniversary founders video.
Interested in Supporting JWHA?
With faithful financial contributions over the years, JWHA has been able to further the independent scholarly interest in the history of Community of Christ and the Restoration Movement. Our supporters play a key role in our success.
Here are some ways to support the JWHA mission:
- Join JWHA
- Attend the annual conference
- Sponsor a scholarship or award
- Advertise in a JWHA publication
- Donate to the annual conference silent auction
- Make an online donation
- Share your legacy! When you set up your estate and financial plan, ask your advisor to include John Whitmer Historical Association as one of your beneficiaries.
JWHA is continually inspired by the dedication and generosity of our donors like you who support our mission.
JWHA is an independent, scholarly society composed of individuals of various religious faiths who share a lively interest in the history of the Restoration Movement.