Sacramento German Genealogy Society

Study Group: 11 am, 4th Tuesday

Local experts lead some tables.
The guest speaker is usually
available to lead a table.
Michael Mayer-Kielmann provides
20-minute consultations.
You are welcome to visit our Study Group, which meets the morning prior to our 1 p.m. general meeting. The meeting takes place in MacMurdo Hall, the downstairs hall where the General Meeting takes place. An elevator is available.
Bring your questions, problems, brickwalls, discoveries, successes and failures to discuss with the group and its leaders. And sometimes the speaker for the general meeting will be there. Feel free to bring your laptop. A wi-fi Internet connection is usually available.
Consultations: If applicable volunteers are available, consultation sessions for members will be available during the Study Group meeting. Advance sign-up is required at the beginning of the Study Group. To improve your chance of getting a time slot, arrive at the start of the meeting. The content of a session can include but is not limited to the following.
  • German genealogy mentoring, to include how to get started, where to get resources, how to verify facts, etc…
  • Translations from/to German-English
  • Deciphering & translating German Kurrent script
St. Mark's
United Methodist Church
2391 St. Marks Way 
Sacramento, Ca 95864 
Parking is free. Park in either the church's lot or along the street. 
Since SGGS is an all volunteer organization, the availability of the meeting is dependent on such being present.
SGGS meetings are not held during the following months:
  • Month when the annual seminar or spring workshop takes place (typically April)
  • November (due to the Thanksgiving holiday)
  • December (due to the Christmas holiday)