Microfilming & Digitizing

Microfilming & Digitizing

General Assembly has consistently recommended that congregations participate in this important program and have their records microfilmed and/or digitized. The Book of Forms, Appendix G, also encourages this work. Once microfilmed and/or digitized, the original records are returned to the congregation, while the microfilm/digital copy remains in the Archives as a form of insurance. If anything should happen to the originals you can then be assured that a certified copy will exist in the Archives.

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