Fonds PC/600 - Charlottetown: Spring Park Pastoral Charge

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Charlottetown: Spring Park Pastoral Charge

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MCA PC/600

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  • 1960-2010 (Creation)
    Charlottetown: Spring Park Pastoral Charge
    Prince Edward Island

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2.1 m of textual records
3 audio-recordings
5 photographs : colour

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(1958 -)

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A pastoral charge is a grouping of churches termed "preaching points" -- each with separate names and governing boards or sessions. These churches are served by one minister. The pastoral charge title usually reflects the breadth of the geographic area encompassing the charge.

Spring Park United Church is located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The village of Spring Park became part of the city of Charlottetown in 1958. In the summer of 1959, a survey was conducted by Trinity United Church to determine the area in the Charlottetown district which would most benefit from the erection of a separate church building. It was found that there was a high number of United Church members in Spring Park who were interested in a church being built in that area.

On December 6, 1959, a project to organize a Christian Education Centre in Spring Park was officially launched. On this same day, Spring Park Sunday School was started and the next week saw the organization of youth groups such as the CGIT. A bungalow at 137 Upper Queen Street was used for services. In 1960, a committee was formed to find larger facilities for the growing church. It was decided to erect a temporary building. The inaugural service of Spring Park as a preaching point of Trinity United was held on November 29, 1960.

Spring Park became a separate pastoral charge from Trinity United Church on June 30, 1964. A new church building was dedicated on June 7, 1965.

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Information about the custody of these records prior to acquisition is incomplete.

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Fonds consists of baptism/marriage records, membership directories and lists, minutes, financial records, correspondence, reports, orders of service, published and unpublished histories, photographs, audio recordings, and newspaper clippings from Spring Park United Church. Fonds is composed of the following series:
Baptism/Marriage/Burial Records
Membership Records
Records of Congregation
Records of Official Board
Records of Session
Records of Board of Trustees
Records of Treasurer
Records of Board of Stewards
Records of Committees
Property/Legal Records
Records of Women’s Organizations
Records of Youth Groups
Annual Reports
Church Histories
Orders of Service
Audio Recordings

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Annual reports are received periodically from the United Church of Canada offices in Toronto. United Church Women records were received in August 1988 and April 1990 from the church. Other records were received in 2006 (accession 06-039), 2008 (accession 08-033), and 2012 (12-034).


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Graphics: There are 5 color photographs of a confirmation at Spring Park United.

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