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Archives

Records of United Church of Canada are held throughout the country in Regional Archives and the General Council Archives.

Nakonha:ka Regional Council Archives

Civil Register Inquiries:
Fill in the Civil Register Request Form and return with payment and proof of identification.

Information for Congregations:

Other documentation for communities of faith can be found at: https://www.unitedchurcharchives.ca/transferring-records/congregations/

Regional Archives

(Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, Sackville, St. Johns)

  • Regional Archives hold records of Regions, Communities of Faith, former Conferences and presbyteries.
  • Regional archives hold various types of records: administrative records, congregational records, vital statistics records and registers, and local church history file collections.
  • Regional Archives handle all certificate requests (baptismal, marriage)
  • Visit the United Church of Canada Archives website for contact information for regional archivists, links to their websites, and information on sending records to regional archives.

General Council Archives

(Toronto)

  • General Council Archives holds the records of the General Council of the United Church and it’s antecedent denominations (Methodist, some Presbyterian, Evangelical United Brethren and Congregational).
  • General Council Archives also collects personal papers of Church leaders and prominent members of the church community, inter-church and ecumenical records, social justice and Canadian history records, missionary photographs and papers, and holds an extensive publication and ephemera collection.
  • Visit the United Church of Canada Archives website to find out more.

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