The United Church supports a network of archival repositories in an organizational structure that broadly reflects that of the denomination as a whole.
- Family History Research
- How to find church records, including information on baptisms, marriages, and burials.
- Resources for Congregations and Conference Archives
- Everything you need to know about creating and managing your records.
- Why Have an Archives?
- The proud history of the United Church and its antecedent denominations is preserved in a network of archives across the country.
- Using the Archives Network
- Although there may be similarities in holdings and operational style, the researcher should know that each archival facility within the United Church archives network operates independently and has unique holdings and finding aids.
- Committee on Archives and History
- The Committee on Archives and History is a standing committee of the General Council. It is responsible for the coordination and promotion of archival activity and sound recordkeeping practices in the United Church and develops, recommends, and implements policies to carry out this mandate.
Each archival facility in the United Church archives network operates independently and has unique holdings and finding aids. View contact information on the Archives Directory page.
All Native Circle Conference
All Native Circle Conference includes presbyteries with congregations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. For records of Keewatin Presbytery and ANCC conference records, please contact the Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario Archives. For records of all other Presbyteries, contact ANCC directly at: