60 Archival description results for Church property
Series consists of records relating to various pastoral charges, at a more superficial level than the Church extension and property development files series. Series also consists of records relating generally to the work of the Council for Church Extension. Includes orders of service, correspondence, and minutes.
Series consists of records relating to church extension (i.e. the establishment and development of congregations in new areas, usually without a previous congregation). Some records relate to church-related corporations and societies, such as camps and seniors homes. Document types include grant applications, application for loans, agreements to repay, building fund and stewardship documentation, property records, correspondence, design and architectural plans, church photographs, and other financial information such as mortgage and insurance records.
Fonds consists of deeds and other legal documents, 1861-1937; surveys of and applications to dispose of church properties, 1892-1933; registers of legal documents, descriptions of property and property rents, 1930-1956; correspondence and other files of the Committee chair, 1930-1935; correspondence and cash records of the Committee, 1883-1898; and other correspondence and documents to do with Methodist Church property, 1859-1916. Fonds includes a property records inventory done for administrative purposes in 1932.United Church of Canada. British Columbia Conference. Church Property Committee
Fonds consists of the following record series: Church extension and property development files (1930-2004; predominant 1950-1971); Church extension - general (1950-2002); Fraser Presbytery minutes and correspondence (1960-2002); Home Missions subject files (1941-2004; predominant 1955-1971); Home Missions Committee correspondence, minutes, and reports (1943-1978); BC Conference reports (1956-1994); Photographs of churches ([195-?]-[196-?]; and Photographs of special events (2004). Fonds also includes Max Warnes papers while he served as minister mainly in the Lower Mainland. These records include personal correspondence, meeting minutes, and reports.Warne, Robert Maxwell, 1914-2009
Image depicts Rev. Dr. W. Percy Bunt.
Marking out property are Chief Charlie Moody and Chief Harry Humchitt.
Dedication, including Rev. Arthur J. Lawton.
Image depicts Rev. Dr. W. Percy Bunt.
Fonds consists of subject files - correspondence, minutes, internal reports, memoranda and publications, including records of dealings with the Conference, Conference committees, divisions and officers, and the Board of Home Missions in Toronto; records of business related to specific church properties and missions in the lower mainland; and records of the Council's Home Placement Committee.Metropolitan Council of the United Church of Canada in the Lower Mainland
Marking out property are Rev. Dr. W. Percy Bunt, Chief Charles Moody, and Chief Harry Humchitt.
Series consists of history of Guelph Presbytery Woman's Associations, 1954, and records of Guelph Presbyterial United Church Women, 1962-1969.United Church of Canada. Guelph Presbytery
Series consists of records of Committee for Capital Funds and Extra Appeals, 1963-1969; Property and Boundaries Committee, 1957-1960l and United Church Men (including Lay Association), 1950-1954.United Church of Canada. Guelph Presbytery
Series consists of records, including correspondence, reports, evaluations and other records, 1997-2018, predominantly concerned with the property of congregations in the following areas: Chatham: St. Andrew’s; Chatham: Sprucedale; Chatham: Victoria Avenue; Fourth Line; New Scotland; Ridge Community Church; Rural United Pastoral Charge; South Buxton Pastoral Charge; Talbot Street; Thamesville; Tilbury: Darrel S. Moffat; Tupperville: Lindsay Road; Wallaceburg: Trinity.United Church of Canada. Kent Presbytery
Series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence of the Presbytery Secretary, 1953 1963, 1982-1993; archives, manses, membership roll, 1938 1964; presbytery reports, 1953-1959, and property correspondence, 1979-1984.United Church of Canada. North Bay Presbytery