Collection contains photographs associated with biographical forms collected by the United Church of Canada Archives 1947-1997.
Fonds consists of the following series: album of Ministers and Presidents of the Wesleyan Methodist Church 1744-1929; portraits and letters of the Ministers of St. James Methodist Church (Montreal) 1898; album of portraits and letters of the Ministers and Presidents of the Methodist Conference in Canada 1892; and portraits of Methodist Ministers and their wives [18--].Untitled
Collection consists of photographs, including glass slides, slides and negatives, of Toronto churches and institutions affiliated with the United Church of Canada within the boundaries of the Greater Toronto Area. Subjects of the photographs can include building exteriors and interiors, groups, and special events.Untitled
Collection consists of photographic prints made from glass slides associated with the Young People's Forward Movement for Missions (Methodist Church) and Young People's Missionary Education Committee (United Church). Subject matter of the prints relates to British Columbia missions.Untitled
Collection consists of photographs relating primarily to the Presbyterian Church, its colleges in Vancouver and Halifax, and the meetings of British Columbia Synod.Untitled
Collection consists of three series: Photoprints and other material relating to missions of the Presbyterian Church to Indigenous Peoples and ethno-cultural communities in Canada, ca 1870-1924; Photoprints and other material relating to missions of the Methodist Church to Indigenous Peoples and ethnocultural communities in Canada, 1870-1925; Photoprints and other material relating to missions of the United Church to Indigenous Peoples and ethno-cultural communities in Canada, 1925-1977Untitled
Collection consists of minutes and records of the Congregational Association of Quebec, 1899-1925, and records of the Congregational Sabbath School Teacher's Association, 1842-1847; St. Francis Association, 1866-1899; Montreal Congregational Council, 1910-1925; Canadian Committee of the London Missionary Society, 1901-1903; Congregational Ministerial Association, 1919-1925; and Montreal Congregational Building Fund Society, 1891-1926.Untitled
Collection consists of architectural drawings of churches and other church-related institutions in Ontario, including the following: Ancaster (Marshall Memorial United Church); Barrie (Central United Church, Primitive Methodist Chapel); Bell's Corner Methodist Church; Byron United Church; Carp : Presbyterian Church; Chatham (Victoria Avenue United Church); Clifford (Clifford Methodist); Deer Lake United Church; Garson: St. Paul's United Church); Georgetown; Glencoe (Trinity); Keene Presbyterian Church; Kitchener (St. James Rosemount United Church); Lyn (Christ Church); Malton United Church; Missisauga (Christ United Church in Clarkson, Streetsville United Church); New Liskeard (St. Paul's United Church); Niagara Falls (Kitchener Street United Church); Oshawa (Northmister United Church); Port Arthur Methodist Church; Sarnia (Grace United Church); Saugeen (Saugeen United Church); Sault Ste. Marie (All People's United Church, All Saints' Mission); Timmins (First United Church); Toronto (Canada Presbyterian Church in Scarborough, Deaconess' Home, Deer Park United Church, Dovercourt Road Church, Elm Avenue Methodist Church, Humbervale United Church, Lawrence Park Community Church, McCaul Street Methodist Church, McGill Square Church, Rexdale United Church, St. Paul's United Church, Long Branch; Timothy Eaton Memorial United Church, United Church of Canada office building, Victoria University Birge Carnegie building, Westminster Church, Zion Congregational Church)
Collection consists of four maps outlining congregations at time of union for different presbyteries across Canada 1925.Untitled
Collection consists of photographs depicting denominational group events, 1850-1976. The events concerned youth, missionaries, camps, church governments, anniversaries, congresses, clergy and worship.
Collection consists of panoramic photographs of landscapes, church events and youth work 1916-1936.
Collection consists of materials relating to Oliver's ministry and work with Indigenous peoples. Collection contains Photographs (1934-1938), Memorabilia ([190-?]) and Reference materials ([193-?]-1988).
Collection consists primarily of records concerning mission work in Ontario (Upper Canada/Canada West) and Quebec (Lower Canada/Canada East) and the Maritimes in three overlapping series which include minutes and other records of mission areas in Canada, 1814-1867; and correspondence from missionaries, statesmen, lay leaders, and others in these mission areas, Hudson's Bay lands and British Columbia, 1791-1893. There is also some correspondence from places outside Canada.Untitled
Collection consists of three series: correspondence concerning Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada union, 1832-1848; records concerning the Methodist Church of Canada union, 1869-1874; and records concerning the Methodist Church (Canada) union, 1881-1884.Untitled
Collection consists of maps and architectural records of missions of the United Church of Canada and its antecedent denominations, 1885-1971, including: Elisabeth M. Crowe Memorial Cottage Hospital (Eriksdale, Man.); Battle River Mission (Manning, Alta.); Morley Methodist Mission (Alta.); Friendship House (Prince Rupert, B.C.); Hazelton Children's Home (B.C.), Children's Home (Lachine, Quebec) and Institut Francais (Pointe aux Trembles, Que.).Untitled
Collection consists of photographs of inter-church work and relations 1894-1983. Photographs depict people of all ages in group worship, conventions and conferences, meetings, and camps.
Collection consists of the annual reports created by pastoral charges within the jurisdiction of the five Central Ontario Conferences of the United Church of Canada and the seven Regional Councils of the United Church, located in Ontario . Annual reports created prior to 2019 are divided into five Ontario Conferences and then sub-divided by presbytery. Annual reports created for the year 2019 and after, are divided into series based on the jurisdiction of the seven Regional Councils that exist within the Province of Ontario. Pastoral Charges in all series and subseries are listed alphabetically first by location, then by pastoral charge name.,
Series titles are: Bay of Quinte Conference, Toronto Conference, Hamilton Conference, London Conference and Manitou Conference; Canadian Shield Regional Council, Antler River Watershed Regional Council, Western Ontario Waterways Regional Council, Horseshoe Falls Regional Council, Shining Waters Regional Council, East Central Ontario Regional Council, and Eastern Ontario Outaouais Regional Council.
The Collection should be used as a supplement to the Local Church Records collections. Reports were only kept as part of this collection when they weren’t already included in the records received directly from the pastoral charges.
Fonds consists of the following series; 1) Social and Pastoral Institutions (1868-2004), 2) Educational Institutions (1820-1978), 3) Social, Pastoral and Education Institutions Photographs, 1873-1978.Untitled
Fonds consists of records related to different General Council committees. See series descriptions for more details.Untitled
Collection consists primarily of copies of incoming correspondence from missionaries in Western Canada to Convenors of: the Presbyterian Church of Canada Foreign Missions Committee, 1858-1861; Canada Presbyterian Church Foreign Mission Committee Western Section, 1861-1875; and Presbyterian Church in Canada Foreign Mission Committee Western Section, 1876-1888.
Reel 1: Correspondence re Presbyterian Church of Canada missions in British Columbia, 1858-1861 (originals located at 79.042C, fonds 112/4); correspondence re Canada Presbyterian Church missions in British Columbia, 1861-1873 (originals located at 79.209C, fonds 116/2); notes for The Home & Foreign Record of the Canada Presbyterian Church (January 1864, vol. III/3 - November 11, 1881) 30 p.; typescript "The Founder of Prince Albert ... James Nisbet," by W.A. MacDonell, 36 p.
Reel 2: Correspondence re Canada Presbyterian Church missions in Manitoba, 1861-1875 (originals located at 79.209C, fonds 116/2).
Reel 3: Correspondence re Canada Presbyterian Church missions in the North West (primarily Saskatchewan), 1867- 1875 (originals located at 79.209C, fonds 116/2); correspondence re Presbyterian Church in Canada missions in Manitoba and the North West (primarily Saskatchewan), 1876-1890 (originals located at 79.199C, fonds 123/3).Untitled
Collection consists of photographs and glass slides created by various General Council Committees 1900-1985.Untitled
The collection consists of digitized United Church of Canada publications. The material was primarily digitized in 2014 as part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The collection is broken down into the following series: 1) The Christian Guardian (1829-1925).
Collection consists of portraits of ministers, missionionaries, and staff from the United Church of Canada and antecedent denominations -2010.
Collection consists of photographs, including glass slides, slides, and negatives, of Ontario churches and institutions affiliated with the United Church of Canada within the boundaries of the Province of Ontario. Subjects of the photographs can include building exteriors and interiors, groups, and special events.Untitled
Collection was developed by the Rev. John Goodfellow, an amateur church historian who also served on the BC Conference Archives and Historical Committee from 1925 to 1950. He collected information from various sources about the early history of the United Church and its founding partners (Congregational, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches) in British Columbia. Collection consists of the following series: Biographical files; Congregational files; Subject files; and Photographs.Untitled
Collection relates to the Methodist Summer School organized by Westman. The first camp was held at Elko in the Kootenay District in 1906.Untitled