The United Church of Canada Archives includes the General Council Archives and the Central Ontario Conferences Archives serving Bay of Quinte, Hamilton, London, Manitou, and Toronto Conferences.
The United Church of Canada Archives is now open at our new location at 40 Oak Street, Toronto.
The United Church of Canada Archives is located on the lower level of the Toronto Christian Resource Centre located at 40 Oak Street, Toronto. The closest major intersection is Gerrard Street and Parliament. There is street parking available nearby and paid parking beneath the commercial/residential complex located nearby Regent Street/Dundas Street. There are many transit options available depending on departure point including:
The Archives is open to the public Monday–Thursday, 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m.; closed every Friday and statutory holidays, and for a summer and Christmas closure. We are closed on the following dates:
Donations to the Archives Research Services Fund can be made through Planned Giving to help improve accessibility to collections through indexing, loaning microfilm, cataloguing foreign mission photographs, and participating in the online database ARCHEION. You can also specify a gift to Making Room for Women at the Archives through this fund. Donations to the Archives Fund, United Church of Canada Foundation can be made through the Foundation.*
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