To Contact Exmormon.org volunteers directly,
E-Mail: Exmormon.org Webmaster This is questions or comments about the site only. For help or information regarding Mormon issues contact any of the individuals or organizations listed below or ask questions on the The Bulletin Board
E-Mail: Richard Packham He can help in all areas of Mormonism, but has developed a specialty to help parents who have children that have joined Mormonism.
A foundation has been created to help ex-Mormons and those affected by Mormonism: www.exmormonfoundation.org Please contact the foundation about publicity and conferences.
These people have volunteered to give information and/or be of support to others. The majority of these people are former Mormons. Some helpers are Christian and some are of no religious affiliation. I have tried to note the religious orientation on each listing where appropriate.
Bulletin Board is often used by individuals who wants to remain totally
anonymous and receive a quick response. (150,000+ hits per weekday, busiest
during lunch on the West Coast of USA. 900 posts per day)
Larry DiLucchio lives in North Carolina. He has a life time of experience with Mormonism and with life on an Indian reservation. Write to: A. Grant (updated Jan. 2010
Richard Packham is willing to talk to Mormons or ex-Mormons. He is active with our ex-Mormon newsgroup and you can read #66 to learn more about him or visit his web site at Packham's Site
2145 Melton Rd
Roseburg, OR 97470
Voice: (541) 672-2360
e-mail: Richard Packham
The Mormon Alliance is for women who have received spiritual abuse by LDS priesthood leaders in their local wards or families. Please write to them for assistance if you have suffered abuse by the LDS church.
6337 Highland Drive, Box 215
SLC, UT 84121
Utah Lighthouse Ministry - (This is the Tanner's bookstore.)
PO Box 1884
Salt Lake City, Utah 84110
See their excellent web site at UTLM
For historical or intellectual questions regarding Mormonism please feel free to
contact James at the web site below. James has studied Mormon history for many years and
has developed an extensive Mormon research library. He has focused his research on the
Book of Abraham papyri, Mormon polygamy, and the LDS temple endowment development, but
James can certainly assist you in finding answers to a wide range of Mormon related
questions. His web
site on Mormon history well worth visiting.
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