The fonds consists of the records of Kirk-McColl United Church and both the founding churches. It includes registers of baptisms, marriages and burials, membership rolls and communicants' registers. There are minutes and financial records of the governing bodies of both churches. There are records of various church youth groups including the Young People's Society and C.G.I.T. (Canadian Girls in Training) and of women's groups including detailed records of a needle craft group, 1949-1989, United Church Women, Women's Missionary Society and Utopia Guild. There are photo directories and photographs of the church and some correspondence, especially about the rebuilding of the church in 1981. There is also a group of historical records which includes personal papers of Duncan McColl.
Fonds consists of baptism/marriage/burial records, membership rolls, minutes, correspondence, annual reports, orders of service, photographs, newspaper clippings, and unpublished histories from Chatham Pastoral Charge and its Methodist and Presbyterian antecedents. Fonds is composed of the following sous-fonds: Chatham Pastoral Charge records St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (Chatham) records United Church of St. Andrew’s and St. John (Chatham) records Chatham Methodist Circuit records
Fonds consists of baptism records, financial records, home mission record books, minutes, 1 photograph, newspaper clippings, and published and unpublished histories Miscou Mission Field. Fonds is composed of the following series: Miscou Mission Field records St. John’s United Church (Shippagan) records
A book containing the New Testament of the Holy Bible. The last page of the book contains a table of "kindred and affinity" regarding the Christian laws of marriage and incest, as well as a time table illustrating the names of the months, the days of the week, and the hours of the day.
This fonds consists of annual diaries, mostly written in printed diaries which provide a page for each day of the year. Lawrence makes brief notes of his daily activites, meetings, news of the day and ideas which have struck him. There are also some press clippings and historical notes.
This fonds consists of an autograph album containing signatures and brief writings by several friends and classmates of George Bond, and a photograph card of the 1872 drawing of Mount Allison Wesleyan College and Academies, Sackville, New Brunswick, by Professor of Art, John Gray. The card was made by photographer J.R. Woodburn.