Users can find content digitized by The United Church of Canada Archives online. The content highlights The United Church’s involvement in the Indian Residential Schools and heritage sites across Canada. Users can access the content by visiting the following sites:
A digital database of scanned images from the United Church of Canada Archives in Toronto.
Honouring Our Heritage celebrates the United Church’s Commemorations Program.
The Children Remembered site was built to document the United Church’s involvement in the Indian Residential Schools. The site includes histories and photographs.
Up and Down the Coast holds information about The Methodist Church and The United Church of Canada’s mission work on the Pacific coast.
The United Church of Canada Archives preserves United Church websites run by the General Council Office as well as past Conference and presbytery sites and new Regional Council sites. A short search tip page is available for users.
The Christian Guardian was a Wesleyan Methodist journal founded in 1829 in Toronto, Ontario, which ran from November 1829 to June 1925. Egerton Ryerson was its founding editor.