17*005

BAPTIST CHURCH OF PRINCETON, RECORDS EST. 1959

Abstract:

Custodian Reverend David Horita
Street Address Old Hedley Road, Princeton, B.C.
Postal Address Box 641, Princeton, B.C. V0X 1W0
Inclusive Dates 1959-
Bulk Dates 1980-
Extent 0.32 m. + 3 photographs and slides
Type of Unit ms., photographs, slides
Summary Records of the Baptist Church of Princeton 1959- include: marriage register; annual reports including financial statements, reports of individual departments, budgets, nominations, church membership and transfers; constitution and statement of faith; leases, rentals, deed of property; minutes of deacons' and congregational meetings; photograph of church during 1981 fire and slides taken previous to fire; and Baptist Fellowship yearbooks of the Baptist Church of Princeton.
Related Docs Minute book 1974- , slides, Sunday School attendance records
Custodian(s) Various church officers

17*010

CAWSTON/KEREMEOS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1983

Abstract:

Custodian Pastor Redlich
Phone 496-5995
Street Address 290 Warren Ave. West, Penticton, B.C.
Postal Address R.R. #1, Cawston, B. C. V2A 8M5
Inclusive Dates 1983-
Extent 0.01 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Cawston/Keremeos Seventh-day Adventist Church 1983- include: minutes of monthly meetings of the Church Board; and registers of baptisms, marriages and deaths, 1983- .
Restrictions An appointment or permission from the Pastor or Head Elder are necessary. Records are available to accredited and approved researchers only.

17*010*01

CAWSTON/KEREMEOS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1983, CAWSTON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH SCHOOL, RECORDS EST. 1962-1969

Abstract:

Custodian Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Mutch
Phone 499-2935
Postal Address P.O. Box 258, Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1962-1969
Bulk Dates 1962, 1969
Extent 4 items
Type of Unit ms.; slides
Bio/hist Note Seventh-Day Adventists established and operated a church school in Cawston from 1962-1969. The school offered Grades 1-8, and had as many as twenty-one students in a school year. Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Mutch were trustees.
Summary Records of Cawston Seventh-Day Adventist Church School 1962-1969 include: two class pictures for 1962, and two copies of the student newspaper, "K Mountain Review", for 1969.
Restrictions Available to accredited and approved researchers only.
Related Docs 1) minutes of school board meetings, and transcripts of student marks; 2) class lists, 1962-1969
Custodian(s)
Respectively: 1) Seventh-day Adventist Church, B.C. Conference;
           2) Penticton Seventh-day Adventist Church
Address
Respectively: 1) P.O. Box 1000, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 4P5;
           2) P.O. Box 417, Penticton, B.C. V2A 6K6

17*020

CHRIST THE KING PARISH (OLIVER), RECORDS EST. 1931

Abstract:

Custodian Christ the King Parish
Street Address 206 - West 7th Street, Oliver, B.C.
Postal Address Box 130, Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0
Inclusive Dates 1934-
Extent 11 items
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Summary Records of the Christ the King Parish of Oliver 1934- include: baptism, marriage, confirmation and death records of Christ the King Parish of Oliver; parish council minutes; photographs of parish priests 1934- ; diary and scrapbook of Father C.W. Downey 1948-1978; church bulletins 1976- and typed history of the church. Also includes baptism and confirmation records from St. Martin's Hospital in Oliver.

17*040

CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH (PENTICTON, B.C.), RECORDS EST. 1952

Abstract:

Custodian Concordia Lutheran Church
Street Address 2800 South Main Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A 6J6
Inclusive Dates 1949-
Extent 0.45 m.
Type of Unit ms.; maps and plans; photographs; video recordings
Summary Records of the Concordia Lutheran Church of Penticton 1949- include: minutes; correspondence; financial records; birth, baptism and confirmation records; church and government marriage records; burial and death records; membership records; building plans; Sunday School records 1952- ; church policy records 1952- ; photographs 1968- ; and bulletins and monthly newsletters 1968- from Concordia Lutheran Church, Penticton. Also includes records of the Lutheran Laymen's League and the Lutheran Women's Missionary League and Youth Society.
Restrictions Permission needed from Minister. 24 hours notice. Available to approved researchers only.

17*060

ELIM PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE (KEREMEOS, B.C.), RECORDS EST. 1951

Abstract:

Custodian Pastor M. Borsheim
Street Address 312 9th Street, Keremeos, B.C.
Postal Address Box 126, Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1951-
Extent 0.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle of Keremeos 1951- include: minutes of congregational annual general meetings 1958- ; marriage, birth and death records 1951- ; minutes of church council, sunday school and church women's group monthly meetings 1986- .
Restrictions Appointment needed. Apply to Pastor M. Borsheim. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.

17*070

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST (PENTICTON, B.C.), RECORDS EST. 1912

Abstract:

Custodian Librarian, First Church of Christ, Scientist
Phone 492-3071
Street Address 608 Winnipeg Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A 5M9
Inclusive Dates 1912-
Extent 0.04 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note This church has no minister. Marriages, baptisms and funerals are performed by other denominations.
Summary Records of the First Church of Christ, Scientist of Penticton 1912- include: intermittent minutes of business meetings and Sunday School meetings, 1912- ; and account books, 1975- .
Restrictions Permission needed from Board. Available to approved researchers only.

17*075

GRACE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (OSOYOOS), RECORDS EST. 1930

Abstract:

Custodian Minister, Grace Evangelical Luthern Church
Phone 495-2727
Street Address #6 Finch Cresc.., Osoyoos, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 203, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0
Inclusive Dates 1945-
Type of Unit ms.; plans; photographs; published material
Summary Records of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church of Osoyoos 1945- include: constitution; minutes; correspondence; financial records; baptism, confirmation, marriage, and burial records; newsletters and bulletins; building plans ca. 1945-1946; photographs; and lists of church officers and members.
Restrictions To see records twenty four hours notice and permission from the Minister are needed. Records are available to approved researchers only.

17*080

GRACE MENNONITE BRETHREN CHURCH (PENTICTON, B.C.), RECORDS EST. 1957

Abstract:

Custodian Grace Mennonite Brethren Church
Street Address 74 Penticton Avenue, Penticton, B.C. V2A 2M4
Inclusive Dates 1957-
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The Grace Mennonite Brethren Church of Penticton was formerly known as Grace Gospel Church.
Summary Records of the Grace Mennonite Brethren Church of Penticton 1957- include: minutes of church board, council, annual, steering committee, and membership meetings; 1984 constitution; financial statements; financial records; committee reports; quarterly reports; membership lists; correspondence; collection records; Sunday school teachers meeting minutes, annual reports, financial statements, financial records and lists of teachers and students; and baptism, government marriage, death and burial records. Also includes minutes and financial records of the Ladies Missionary Fellowship group.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Church board. Available to approved researchers only.

17*083

HOLY CHILD PARISH (SUMMERLAND) RECORDS, EST. 1948

Abstract:

Custodian Church of the Holy Child Parish
Street Address 14009 King Street, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1926-
Bulk Dates 1948-
Extent 1.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.; maps and plans; photographs
Summary Records of the Holy Child Parish of Summerland 1926- include: parish council meeting minutes; financial records; correspondence; baptism, confirmation, banns, government and church marriage, death and burial records; membership lists; lists of volunteers; church bulletins; church policy records; building plans; typed history of church; photographs of parish priests; and photograph album of church events and history 1926-.
Restrictions Permission needed from Parish Priest. Available to approved researchers only.

17*090

KEREMEOS CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES, RECORDS EST. 1960

Abstract:

Custodian Steve Hrycenko, Church Elder
Street Address Corner of 9th Ave. and 6th Street, Keremeos, B.C.
Postal Address c/o Steve Hrycenko, R.R. #1, Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1960-
Extent 0.6 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of Keremeos Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses 1960- include: minutes of church elders' quarterly meetings; and financial reports of congregational accounts 1960-.
Restrictions Appointment needed. Apply to Church Elder. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.

17*093

KEREMEOS ECUMENICAL PARISH, RECORDS EST. 1969

Abstract:

Custodian Keremeos Ecumenical Parish
Phone 499-5451
Street Address 607 5th St., Keremeos, B.C.
Postal Address Box 211, Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1921-
Bulk Dates 1969-
Extent 1.15 m. + 13 photographs
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Bio/hist Note The Keremeos Ecumenical Parish, formed in 1969, is a shared ministry between St. John the Divine Anglican Church and the Keremeos United Church. Currently, the interdenominational co-operation involves sharing an incumbent Anglican minister who will alternate with a United Church minister every four years. There is a separate Cawston United Church.
Summary Records of the Keremeos Ecumenical Parish 1921- include: minutes of the parish board; financial reports; correspondence files; registers of baptisms, marriages, and deaths; and photographs of ministers. The above records pertain to ministerial services provided by inter-denominational co-operation between Anglican and United Church members, variously located in Keremeos, Cawston and Hedley. Also includes records of the Keremeos United Church: minutes of board meetings, 1926-1965; financial reports, 1954-1969; and communion registers, 1966-1968. Also includes records of St. John the Divine Anglican Church of Keremeos: a 1921 communion certificate; photographs of clergy, 1921-1969; and registers of baptisms and burials, 1948-1969. Also includes records of St. John's Anglican Church of Hedley: correspondence, 1929-1968; and financial reports, 1948-1952, and 1964-1968.
Restrictions An appointment is needed. Apply to minister of the Parish. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.
Related Docs 1) from: Keremeos, Cawston, Hedley Mission Field and Circuit, 1912-1954; Grace United Church (Hedley), 1906-1962; and Keremeos United Church, 1918-1965; 2) from: St. John the Divine Anglican Church of Keremeos.
Custodian(s)
Respectively: 1) United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives;
           2) Diocese of Kootenay Archives
Address
Respectively: 1) 6000 Iona Drive, U.B.C., Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1L4;
           2) P.O. Box 549, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P2

17*093*01

KEREMEOS ECUMENICAL PARISH, RECORDS EST. 1969, ANGLICAN CHURCH WOMEN, RECORDS EST. 1921

Abstract:

Custodian President, Anglican Church Women
Inclusive Dates 1921-
Bulk Dates 1948-
Extent 0.5 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs; published material
Summary Records of the Anglican Church Women of St. John the Divine Anglican Church of Keremeos, 1921-1969, and of the Anglican Church Women of the Keremeos Ecumenical Parish, 1969-, include: minutes of monthly meetings, photograph album and newspaper clippings, 1948- . Includes 1921 letter describing opening service of St. John the Divine Anglican Church in Keremeos.
Restrictions An appointment is needed. Apply to minister of Keremeos Ecumenical Parish and Mrs. Viola Manery. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.

17*093*02

KEREMEOS ECUMENICAL PARISH, RECORDS EST. 1969, HARMONY CIRCLE, RECORDS EST. CA. 193?

Abstract:

Custodian President, Harmony Circle
Inclusive Dates 1980-
Extent 0.1 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note Formerly known variously as Ladies' Aid, Women's Association, and the United Church Women, Harmony Circle of Keremeos United Church 1959-1969.
Summary Records of the Harmony Circle of the Keremeos Ecumenical Parish 1980- include: minutes of monthly meetings.
Restrictions An appointment is needed. Apply to president of Harmony Circle. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.
Related Docs 1) minutes, 1962-1979; 2) minutes, 193?-1962
Custodian(s)
Respectively: 1) Mrs. Margaret Barker (first president);
           2) United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives
Address
Respectively: 1) R.R.# 1, Hwy 3 East, Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0
           2) 6000 Iona Drive, U.B.C., Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1L4

17*093*03

KEREMEOS ECUMENICAL PARISH, RECORDS EST. 1969, KATIE CLARKE CIRCLE, RECORDS EST. 1948

Abstract:

Custodian President, Katie Clarke Circle
Inclusive Dates 1935-
Extent 0.2 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The Katie Clarke Auxiliary of the Keremeos United Church was formed in 1948. In 1959, it became the United Church Women, Katie Clarke Circle. In 1969, it became the Katie Clarke Circle of the Keremeos Ecumenical Council.
Summary Records of the Katie Clarke Auxiliary, and the United Church Women, Katie Clarke Circle to the Keremeos United Church, and of the Katie Clarke Circle to the Keremeos Ecumenical Parish 1935- include: "Nursery, Birthday & Record" books, 1935-1942, 1945-1952, and 1958-1961; minutes of meetings, 1951-1955, 1962- ; financial ledgers, 1949- ; and a history of the Harmony Circle and the Katie Clarke Circle. The above records pertain to the Sunday School and fund raising activities of the Circle.
Restrictions An appointment is needed. Apply to president of Katie Clarke Circle. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.
General note Records kept by various members.

17*105

LITTLE BROWN CHURCH (OSOYOOS, B.C.), RECORDS EST. 1978

Abstract:

Custodian Little Brown Church
Street Address 9603 - 87th Street, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0
Inclusive Dates 1979-
Bulk Dates 1981-
Extent 0.6 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Little Brown Church of Osoyoos 1979- include: marriage licenses; and guest books.

17*110

NARAMATA CENTRE, RECORDS EST. 1947

Abstract:

Custodian Naramata Centre
Postal Address Naramata, B.C. V0H 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1947-
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The Naramata Centre was formerly known as the Christian Leadership Training School.
Summary Records of the Naramata Centre 1947- include: bylaws; annual reports and audits; financial records; budgets; agendas; brochures; and a history of the Centre.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Office Manager. Available to approved researchers only.
Related Docs Most archival records
Custodian(s) United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives
Address 6000 Iona Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1L4

17*113

OKANAGAN FALLS UNITED CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1930-

Abstract:

Custodian Okanagan Falls United Church Board
Phone 497-5844
Street Address Willow Street, Okanagan Falls, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 47, Okanagan Falls, B.C. V0H 1R0
Summary Records of Okanagan Falls United Church and its members include minutes of the Church Board, 1965-1982.
Restrictions An appointment and permission are needed. Available to approved researchers only.
Related Docs Minutes of the Okanagan Falls Union Congregation, 1922-1944, 1966-1978
Custodian(s) c/o Mrs. M. Lindsay
Address P.O. Box 46, Okanagan Falls, B.C. V0H 1R0

17*113*01

OKANAGAN FALLS UNITED CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1930-, WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, RECORDS EST. 1930-

Abstract:

Custodian c/o Mrs. M. Lindsay
Postal Address P.O. Box 46, Okanagan Falls, B.C. V0H 1R0
Summary Records of the Okanagan Falls United Church Women's Association include minute books, Jan. 1930-1973. They pertain to volunteer activities of women in church work.
Restrictions An appointment and permission are needed. Available to approved researchers only.

17*115

OLIVER CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1963

Abstract:

Custodian Oliver Christian and Missionary Alliance
Street Address Park Drive, Oliver, B.C.
Postal Address Box 288, Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0
Inclusive Dates 1963-
Type of Unit ms., plans
Summary Records of the Oliver Christian and Missionary Alliance 1963- include: constitution; by-laws; baptism, dedication, marriage and funeral records; financial records; annual and financial treasury reports; minutes of general and club meetings; correspondence; attendance and membership lists; and plan of the church.

17*118

OLIVER UNITED CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1921

Abstract:

Custodian Oliver United Church
Phone 498-2781
Street Address 9915-358 Ave., Oliver, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 938, Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0
Inclusive Dates 1918-
Extent 28 items
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The South Okanagan area was once part of the Presbyterian Mission administered from Kamloops. A Presbyterian Church was established in Oliver in 1921. It became the Oliver United Church ca. 1925.
Summary Records of the Oliver United Church 1918- include: baptism registers, 1918- ; lists of donations, 1918-1919; marriage registers, 1921- ; death and funeral registers, 1922- ; communion rolls, 1940s, 1957- ; receipt books and bank books, 1950-1962; missionary and maintenance funds, 1955-1958; and a draft church history. The above records pertain to services rendered by the Presbyterian and United Churches in the Oliver, Fairview, Osoyoos and Okanagan Falls areas. Also included is a record book of the Kamloops Presbytery Mission Station of Oliver, Fairview, Okanagan Falls and Osoyoos. Also included are records pertaining to women in church work: Oliver United Church Women's Association minutes, 1922-1955, and Women's Auxiliary minutes, 1940-1962; Osoyoos United Church Women's Association financial records 1931-1935 and minutes 1931-1934, 1947-1950, and 1954-1956; and Okanagan Falls United Church Women's Association minutes, 1962-1965. Also included are records pertaining to youth in church work: Junior Circle Club minutes, 1932-1935; and Oliver United Church Young People, minutes 1956-1959. Also included are records of Osoyoos United Church: baptism and funeral registers, 1965- ; and registers of marriages, 1965-1977.
Related Docs Other archival documents
Custodian(s) United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives
Address Vancouver School of Theology, 6000 Iona Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1L4

17*135

OUR LADY OF LOURDES CATHOLIC CHURCH KEREMEOS, RECORDS EST. 1945

Abstract:

Custodian Parish priest
Phone 499-2036
Street Address Corner of 5th Street and 6th Avenue, Keremeos, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 48, Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1945-
Extent 0.3+ m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note Knights of Columbus members in Keremeos are part of Council 3127 of St. Ann's Church, Penticton.
Summary Records of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Keremeos, 1945- include: monthly minutes of church associations, the Parish Council and the Catholic Women's League; registers of baptisms, marriages and deaths. Also included is a 35 page church history.
Restrictions An appointment and permission from the parish priest are needed. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.
Related Docs 1948-1984, minutes of monthly meetings of Knights of Columbus, Council 3127 in Keremeos
Custodian(s) Knights of Columbus
Address 2964 Skaha Lake Drive, Penticton, B.C. V2A 6G3

17*135*01

OUR LADY OF LOURDES CATHOLIC CHURCH KEREMEOS, RECORDS EST. 1945, OUR LADY OF LOURDES CATHOLIC CHURCH CHOPAKA, RECORDS EST. CA. 1896

Abstract:

Custodian Mission Priest
Phone 499-2036
Street Address Chopaka Indian Reserve, Chopaka, B.C.
Postal Address c/o Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, P.O. Box 48, Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1945-
Extent 0.01 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Chopaka, built in 1896, was relocated to its current site in 1904. It was moved because it blocked the right-of-way of the Vancouver, Victorian and Eastern Railroad. This church was initially a mission church of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Formerly, it was administered from St. Ann's Church in Penticton.
Summary Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Chopaka records 1945- include: registers of baptism, marriage and burials, 1945 - . The above records pertain to a mission church, located on the Chopaka Indian Reserve and administered by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate and later Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Keremeos. It serves the Lower Similkameen Indian Band.
Restrictions To see records an appointment and permission from the mission priest are needed. Records are available to approved and accredited researchers only.
Related Docs pre 1945 registers of baptisms, marriages and burials; and progress reports of the local priests
Custodian(s) Archivist for the Oblates of Mary Immaculate
Address Oblate House, 1311 the Crescent, Vancouver, B.C. V6H 1T7
General note The name used for this church in the past has not been ascertained. A former name may be Sacred Heart Church (Chopaka).

17*140

OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH (PENTICTON, B.C.), RECORDS EST. 1962

Abstract:

Custodian Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
Street Address 1370 Church Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A 4R8
Inclusive Dates 1962-
Type of Unit ms.; photographs; plans
Summary Records of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Penticton 1962- include: council meeting minutes; annual reports; financial records and ledgers; correspondence; baptism, confirmation, government marriage, church marriage, death and burial records; parish newsletters; Sunday bulletins; membership records; photographs and slides; and building plans of the church. Includes minutes and financial records of the Evangelical Lutheran Women auxiliary.

17*150

PENTICTON BETHEL PENTECOSTAL CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1926

Abstract:

Custodian Penticton Bethel Pentecostal Church
Street Address 945 Main Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A 5E3
Inclusive Dates 1926-
Extent 1.26 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Penticton Bethel Pentecostal Church 1926- include: baptism, church marriage, government marriage, death and burial records; membership lists; church policy manuals 1972- ; church history; records of youth and women's auxiliaries and Sunday school.
Restrictions Permission needed from the pastor. Available to approved researchers only.

17*160

PENTICTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, RECORDS EST. 1949

Abstract:

Custodian Penticton Church of the Nazarene
Street Address 523 Jermyn Avenue, Penticton, B.C. V2A 2E2
Inclusive Dates 1949-
Extent 0.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Summary Records of the Penticton Church of the Nazarene 1949- include: church board minutes; financial records; baptism records; Sunday School records; missionary society records; membership lists; and bulletins.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Pastor. Available to approved researchers only.
Related Docs Membership lists, attendance lists, lists of department heads and records of monies raised.
Custodian(s) District Superintendent, Canada Pacific District
Address 5443 Meadedale Drive, Burnaby, B.C. V5B 2E6

17*165

PENTICTON CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES, RECORDS EST. 1911

Abstract:

Custodian Presiding Overseer, Penticton Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
Phone 493-2559
Street Address Kingdom Hall, 30 Roy Avenue West, Penticton, B.C. V2A 3M6
Inclusive Dates 1960-
Extent 1.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The original name was the International Bible Students' Association. In 1920, Penticton was the hub, reaching out with missionary work in an area reaching from Kelowna in the north to Princeton in the west.
Summary The Princeton Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses records 1960- include: provincial government marriage records, 1960- ; "Publisher" cards (activity records and a membership list with baptisms and funerals noted on each card), 1960- ; a typed church history; and a limited number of files on individual members.
Restrictions Membership files are completely restricted. To see other records permission is needed from the Presiding Overseer. Available to approved researchers only. Some membership files completely restricted.
General note "Publisher" cards are sent on to a new congregation if a member moves.

17*170

PENTICTON MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION, RECORDS EST. 1966

Abstract:

Custodian Penticton Ministerial Association
Street Address 1265 Fairview Road, Penticton, B.C. V2A 5Z5
Inclusive Dates 1966-
Extent 0.14 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Penticton Ministerial Association 1966- include: minutes; constitution; financial records; and correspondence files, 1979-.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Executive. Available to approved researchers only.
General note A majority of churches in Penticton are members of this independent association.

17*173

PENTICTON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1913

Abstract:

Custodian Pastor, Seventh-day Adventist Church
Phone 492-3135
Street Address 1265 Fairview Rd., Penticton, B.C. V2A 5Z5
Inclusive Dates 1913-
Bulk Dates 1946-
Extent 2.6 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Summary Records of the Penticton Seventh-day Adventist Church 1913- include: minutes, 1913- ; baptism, provincial government marriage, death and burial records, 1913- as well as current dedication records; correspondence 1985- ; membership lists; and policy records.
Restrictions Permission is needed from the Church Board. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.
Related Docs older records
Custodian(s) Seventh-day Adventist Church, B.C. Conference
Address P.O. Box 1000, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 4P5

17*173*01

PENTICTON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1913, DORCAS SOCIETY, RECORDS EST. 1913

Abstract:

Custodian Church Board
Inclusive Dates 1971-
Bulk Dates 1980-
Extent 0.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Dorcas Society of the Penticton Seventh-day Adventist Church of Penticton 1971- include: correspondence files; petty cash records; community service reports; volunteer records; and clothing records, 1978- . The above records pertain to the activities of women in church work.
Restrictions Permission is needed from the Church Board. Records are available to approved researchers only.
Related Docs Community service reports
Custodian(s) Seventh Day Adventist Church British Columbia Conference
Address P.O. Box 1000, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 4P5

17*173*02

PENTICTON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1913, PENTICTON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST SCHOOL, RECORDS EST. 1913-1960, 1979-

Abstract:

Custodian Church Board, Penticton Seventh-day Adventist Church School
Inclusive Dates 1913-
Extent 1.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note This school ran intermittently from 1913 to 1960. It was re-established in 1979. It is presently a separate school, with partial provincial government funding.
Summary Records of the Penticton Seventh-day Adventist church school 1913- include: minutes; correspondence; financial records; policy records; and intermittent student lists. The above records pertain to elementary schooling in a separate school.
Restrictions Permission is needed from the Church Board. Available to approved researchers only.
Related Docs School registers, 1913-
Custodian(s) Seventh-day Adventist Church, B.C. Conference
Address P.O. Box 1000, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 4P5

17*175

PENTICTON UNITED CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1927

Abstract:

Custodian Secretary, Church Office
Phone 492-2684
Street Address 696 Main St., Penticton, B.C. V2A 5C9
Inclusive Dates 1910-
Bulk Dates 1921-
Extent 1.4 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs; published material
Bio/hist Note The congregations of St. Andrew's and Trinity United Churches amalgamated on June 14, 1927 to form the Penticton United Church.
Summary Records of the Penticton United Church 1910- include: a list of church members serving in the military during World War II; annual reports, 1950-1983; government marriage registers, 1960- ; policy, 1968- ; correspondence files, 1970- ; marriage licences, 1975-1984; council minutes, 1976- ; church marriage records, 1976- ; membership rolls, 1977- ; and a pictoral list of members for 1982. Also includes photographs of choir members, 1921-1987; communion roll, 1923-1927; photographs of clergy, church members and special events, 1927- ; a program of the 1928 church dedication service; and a Penticton United Church calendar for 1929. Also includes records of associations pertaining to the activities of youth in church work: a church history of the Canadian Girls in Training in Penticton; and the minute book of the "Vagabond Club" for young men, 1927-1928. Also includes records of the Penticton United Church Women and its predecessor organizations: financial reports, 1910- ; account books 1913, 1938, 1953, and 1967; financial statements, 1926-1927; correspondence files, 1929-1930; guest book, 1958-1959; and an archives book, 1966- . These records pertain to the volunteer activities of women in church work.
Related Docs council minutes, etc.
Custodian(s) United Church ... B.C. Conference Archives
Address 600 Iona Drive, UBC, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1L4

17*180

PRINCETON CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES, RECORDS EST. 1953

Abstract:

Custodian Secretary, Princeton Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
Phone 295-6369
Postal Address P.O. Box 790, Princeton, B.C. V0X 1W0
Inclusive Dates 1953-
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The Copper Mountain Company of Jehovah's Witnesses (intermittently, 1941-1953) was the precursor to the Princeton Congregations.
Summary Records of the Princeton Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses 1953- include: "Publisher" cards (activity records and a membership list with baptisms and funerals noted on each card), 1953- . Also included are legal papers and a land title to the Church Hall in Princeton.
Related Docs 1) provincial marriage records, 1960- ; 2) records of the Copper Mountain Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
Custodian(s)
Respectively: 1) Penticton Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses;
           2) Jehovah's Witnesses, Canadian Headquarters
Address
Respectively: 1) Kingdom Hall, 30 Roy Avenue West, Penticton, B.C.                          V2A 3M6;
           2) P.O. Box 4100, Georgetown, Ont. L7G 4Y4
General note The Princeton Congregation records are kept at a private residence.

17*183

PRINCETON PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE, RECORDS EST. 1945

Abstract:

Custodian Princeton Pentecostal Tabernacle
Street Address 165 Vermilion Avenue, Princeton, B.C.
Postal Address Box 843, Princeton, B.C. V0X 1W0
Inclusive Dates 1972-
Extent 2.2 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Princeton Pentecostal Tabernacle 1972- include: monthly financial statements; offering envelopes; correspondence and attendance reports.
Related Docs
Respectively: 1. Annual Church Ministries data sheet
           2. Monthly financial and attendance report
           3. Photographs of early days
Custodian(s)
Respectively: 1. Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada
           2. District Office, Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada Western                          District
           3. Rev. Reuben Schmunk, District Superintendent
Address
Respectively: 1. 10 Overlea Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario M4H 1A5
           2. 5641 - 176 A Street, Surrey, B.C. V3S 4G8
           3. 5641 - 176 A Street, Surrey, B.C. V3S 4G8

17*230

SALVATION ARMY (CANADA). PENTICTON CORPS.

Abstract:

Custodian Pastor, Salvation Army, Penticton Corps
Phone 492-6494
Street Address 318 Ellis St., Penticton, B.C. V2A 4L7
Inclusive Dates 1958-
Extent 0.63 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs; published material
Summary Records of the Salvation Army (Canada), Penticton Corps 1958- include: policy records and amending minutes, ca. 1958- ; minutes, correspondence, records of government and church marriages, 1964 - ; and dedication records, 1968- . Also included are: photographs of church events; monthly reports and newsletters; a church history of the Salvation Army in Penticton to 1984; and a sixty-fifth anniversary brochure written in 1986.
Restrictions Permission from the commanding officer and one week's notice are necessary.

17*250

SIMILKAMEEN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH (KEREMEOS), RECORDS EST. 1981

Abstract:

Custodian Pastor Don Bodden, Similkameen Christian Fellowship Church
Street Address Junction of Highway 3A and Bypass, Keremeos, B.C.
Postal Address Box 116, Keremeos, B. C. V0X 1N0
Inclusive Dates 1981-
Extent 0.25 m. + 18 photographs
Type of Unit ms., photographs
Duplicates Financial annual reports
Custodian(s) B.C. Conference of Mennonite Brethern Churches
Postal Address 202-2464 Clearbrook Road, Clearbrook, B. C. V2T 2X8
Summary Records of the Similkameen Christian Fellowship Church of Keremeos 1981- include: minutes of membership quarterly business meetings and of the Awana Club Executive monthly meetings; financial annual reports; records of marriage, baptism, and death 1981-; and a 1987 photograph of the building of the Similkameen Christian Fellowship Church, a Mennonite Brethern church in Keremeos.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Pastor. Available to accredited and approved researchers only.

17*255

SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLY OF THE BAHA'IS OF THE DISTRICT OF SUMMERLAND, RECORDS, EST. 1978

Abstract:

Custodian Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the District of Summerland
Postal Address Box 434, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1978-
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Summary Records of the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the District of Summerland 1978- include: minutes; correspondence; financial records; agendas; albums; announcements; brochures; bulletins; by-laws; census rolls; clippings; histories; interviews; lectures and notes; policy and procedure manuals; newsletters; proclamations; registers; annual reports; scrapbooks; and wills.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Spiritual Assembly. Available to approved researchers only.

17*258

ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (PENTICTON, B.C.), RECORDS EST. 1925

Abstract:

Custodian St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Street Address 387 Martin Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A 5K6
Inclusive Dates 1925-
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Summary Records of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church of Penticton 1925- include: minutes of board of manager, session, and annual meetings, including 1982 congregational meeting; annual meeting reports 1964- ; ledgers and donation lists; correspondence; birth, baptism, communion, marriage and burial records; guest books; church transfer records; church history; and album of photographs 1957-. Also includes minutes and financial ledgers of the Ladies Aid auxiliary as well as minutes and ledger of a church retreat.

17*260

ST. ANNE'S PARISH (OSOYOOS), RECORDS EST. 1938

Abstract:

Custodian St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church
Street Address N. 3rd Avenue, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0
Inclusive Dates 1942-
Type of Unit ms.; plans; photographs; published materials
Summary Records of the St. Anne's Parish of Osoyoos 1942- include: blueprints; bi-weekly bulletins; baptism, wedding and death certificates 1942- ; financial statements and records; inventory; church directory; published history of the church; and registers from St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church in Osoyoos.
Related Docs Copies of all important records
Custodian(s) Monsignor F. Flynn
Address 813 Ward Street, Nelson, B.C. V2B 3H5

17*260*01

ST. ANNE'S PARISH (OSOYOOS), RECORDS EST. 1938, CATHOLIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE, RECORDS EST. 1942

Abstract:

Custodian Secretary, St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church - Catholic Women's League
Postal Address Box 416, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0
Inclusive Dates 1942-
Bulk Dates 1983-
Extent 0.4 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs; published material
Summary Records of the Catholic Women's League of St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church in Osoyoos 1942- include: minutes; by-laws; correspondence; membership list; resolutions; scholarship list; brochures; bank statements; and scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, photographs and lists of the executive.

17*260*02

ST. ANNE'S PARISH (OSOYOOS), RECORDS EST. 1938, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL NO. 6474, RECORDS

Abstract:

Custodian Walter Migowsky, Historian, Knights of Columbus Council No. 6474
Street Address 8901 86th Avenue, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0
Inclusive Dates 1952-
Bulk Dates 1974-
Extent 0.135 m.
Type of Unit ms., photographs, published material
Bio/hist Note From 1952-1973, the meetings were held in Penticton.
Summary Records of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 6474 in Osoyoos 1952- include: minutes; by-laws; financial records; and a scrapbook of photographs, newspaper clippings, programs, and lists of officers.
Related Docs Older records
Custodian(s) Monseigneur Francis Flynn
Address St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, North 3rd Avenue, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0

17*261

ST. ANN'S PARISH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1959

Abstract:

Custodian St. Anne's Church
Street Address 1296 Main Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A
Inclusive Dates 1917-
Type of Unit ms.; maps and plans; photographs
Summary Records of St. Ann's Parish of Penticton 1917- include: baptism, confirmation, banns, government and church marriage records, burial and death records including those of natives 1917- ; mass intentions, financial ledgers, and parish lists 1917- ; correspondence; parish bulletins 1957- ; parish council minutes; pastoral letters; homilies on faith, values and morals 1957-1959; and uncatalogued photographs pertaining to St. Anne's Church. Also includes minutes and other records of St. Joseph's Catholic School 1956-1973.
Restrictions Permission needed from Parish Priest. Available to approved researchers only.
Custodian(s) Diocese of Nelson
Address 813 Ward Street, Nelson, B.C. V1L 1T4
General note A parish history is being compiled.

17*262

ST. CUTHBERT'S ANGLICAN PARISH, RECORDS EST. 1911

Abstract:

Custodian c/o Minister, St. Paul's United Church
Phone 295-7714
Street Address 194 First Street, Princeton, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 284, Princeton, B.C. V0X 1W0
Inclusive Dates 1917-1981
Extent 0.1 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note St. Cuthbert's Anglican Parish of Princeton, formed in 1911, has not had a resident Anglican minister since ca. 1968. When it became a "shared" Anglican-United Church ministry. In 1971, its congregation merged with that of St. Paul's United Church. Since 1984, Anglican clergy have evidently stopped ministering to St. Cuthbert's, although Anglican clergy may still give baptism and confirmation services. All Anglican parish funds since that time have gone to St. Paul's United Church. St. Cuthbert's Anglican Church is located on Billiter Street in Princeton.
Summary Records of St Cuthbert's Anglican Parish of Princeton, also serving Coalmont and Copper Mountain, 1917-1981 include: register of services held 1917-1941, with notations on amount of offerings and themes of special services; baptism registers, 1940-1984; financial reports, ca. 1955-1971; marriage registers, 1955-1981; confirmation registers, 1978-1984; and a short history of St. Cuthbert's Anglican Church which practiced inter-denominational co-operation with St. Paul's United Church of Princeton, 1971-1984. Also includes the Banns of Marriage from the Anglican Parish of Keremeos-Osoyoos, 1957-1964.
Related Docs Vestry Committee minutes, etc.
Custodian(s) Anglican Provincial Diocese of New Westminster Archives
Address 6050 Chancellor Blvd. U.B.C., Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1X3

17*263

ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR ANGLICAN CHURCH (OLIVER), RECORDS EST. CA. 1930?

Abstract:

Custodian Incumbent minister
Phone 498-2559
Street Address 34660-103rd St., Oliver, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 348, Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0
Inclusive Dates 1935-
Bulk Dates 1956-
Extent 0.6 m.
Type of Unit ms.; plans; published material
Summary Records of St. Edward the Confessor Anglican Church of Oliver 1935- include: financial commitment cards, 1968; register of provincial government marriages, 1968- ; registers of baptisms, church marriages and deaths, 1969- ; tax returns, 1972-1979; intermittent financial statements and monthly reports, 1975- ; minister's minutes, Nov. 1976- ; annual reports, 1978- ; minutes of the Vestry Committee, 1983- ; newsletters and pamphlets; and building plans.
Related Docs Vestry Committee minutes, etc.
Custodian(s) Anglican Diocese of Kootenay Archives
Address P.O. Box 549, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P2

17*263*01

ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR ANGLICAN CHURCH (OLIVER), RECORDS EST. CA. 1930?, SOUTH OKANAGAN MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION

Abstract:

Custodian Minister, St. Edward the Confessor
Phone 498-2559
Postal Address P.O. Box 348, Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0
Type of Unit ms.; published material
Summary Records of the South Okanagan Ministerial Association, a group promoting inter-denominational co-operation, include: minutes, 1976-1983, 1986- ; correspondence; bank statements, 1986-1988; ministerial schedules, 1986-1988; and brochures.

17*263*02

ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR ANGLICAN CHURCH (OLIVER), RECORDS EST. CA. 1930?, ST. BARBARA'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (OKANAGAN FALLS), RECORDS EST. CA. 1935-

Abstract:

Custodian Minister, St. Edward the Confessor
Phone 498-2559
Street Address Corner of 9th Avenue and Willow Street, Okanagan Falls
Postal Address c/o St. Edward the Confessor Anglican Church, P.O. Box 348, Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0
Inclusive Dates 1935-
Bulk Dates 1956-
Type of Unit ms.; plans; photographs
Bio/hist Note St. Barbara's Anglican Church of Okanagan Falls, formed ca. 1935, has been administered from St. Edward the Confessor Anglican Church of Oliver.
Summary Records of St. Barbara's Anglican Church of Okanagan Falls 1935- include: blueprint of the church, 1935; minutes of annual meetings, 1956-1961, 1980; correspondence, 1960; intermittent financial statements and reports, 1960- ; minutes of the Men's Club, 1961; annual reports, 1966-1970; and photographs.

17*265

ST. JOHN VIANNEY PARISH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1964

Abstract:

Custodian St. John Vianney Church
Street Address 316 Wade Avenue West, Penticton, B.C. V2A 1S8
Inclusive Dates 1964-
Extent 0.52 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of St. John Vianney Parish of Penticton 1964- include: parish council meeting minutes; deanery meeting minutes; church policy records; correspondence; financial records; baptism, church and government marriage records; burial and death records; parish lists; religious education records; and chancery circular letters.
Restrictions Permission needed from Parish Priest. Notice required. Available to approved researchers only.
Custodian(s) Chancery, Diocese of Nelson
Address 813 Ward Street, Nelson, B.C. V1L 1T4

17*265*01

ST. JOHN VIANNEY PARISH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1964, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, COUNCIL NO. 8928, RECORDS

Abstract:

Custodian St. John Vianney Knights of Colombus Council No. 8928
Street Address 361 Wade Avenue West, Penticton, B.C. V2A 1S8
Inclusive Dates 1985-
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Summary Records of the St. John Vianney Knights of Columbus Council No. 8928 of Penticton 1985- include: minutes of executive and general meetings; financial records; membership list; and albums of photographs of council events and charitable acts.
Restrictions Permission needed from council executive. Available to approved researchers only.

17*266

ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (SUMMERLAND), RECORDS EST. 1947

Abstract:

Custodian St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Street Address Victoria Road North, Summerland, B.C.
Postal Address Box 454, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1949-
Extent 1.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Summerland 1949- include; minutes; financial records; correspondence; constitution; baptism, government marriage, church marriage, death and burial records; history; bulletins; and Sunday school records.

17*266*01

ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (SUMMERLAND), RECORDS EST. 1947, LUTHERAN LAYMEN'S LEAGUE, RECORDS EST. 1973

Abstract:

Inclusive Dates 1973-
Extent 0.16 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Lutheran Layman's League of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Summerland 1973- include: minutes; correspondence; financial records; and membership lists of this church group which has both men and women among its members.

17*266*02

ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (SUMMERLAND), RECORDS EST. 1947, LUTHERAN WOMEN'S MISSIONARY LEAGUE, RECORDS EST. 1972

Abstract:

Inclusive Dates 1978-
Extent 0.02 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Summerland 1978- include: minutes; correspondence; financial records; membership lists; and history.

17*267

ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH (OLIVER), RECORDS EST. CA. 1928

Abstract:

Custodian Incumbent minister
Phone 498-2152
Street Address 9516-342nd Ave., Oliver, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 285, Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0
Inclusive Dates 1928-
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note There has been a name change from St. Paul's Lutheran Church to St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Summary Records of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and St. Paul Lutheran Church of Oliver 1928- include: Certificate of Incorporation and land title; constitutions; minutes of voters' meetings; treasurers' monthly, annual and quarterly reports; registers of baptisms, confirmations, marriages and funerals; lists of pastors, chairmen, secretaries, treasurers and organists; lists of subsidiary organizations and committees; lists of congregational members; church histories; biographies of all church members; annual church bulletins and other publications.
General note These records are generally complete as very little material has been discarded.

17*268

ST. PAUL'S UNITED CHURCH (PRINCETON), RECORDS EST. 1919

Abstract:

Custodian Minister
Phone 295-7714
Street Address 194 First St., Princeton, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 284, Princeton, B.C. V0X 1W0
Inclusive Dates 1900-
Bulk Dates 1915-
Type of Unit ms.; published material; sound recordings
Bio/hist Note St. Paul's Presbyterian Church of Princeton, 1919-1925, merged with the Methodist church in the area to become St. Paul's United Church in 1925. In 1971, the congregation of St. Cuthbert's Anglican Church of Princeton merged with that of St. Paul's United Church.
Summary Records of St. Paul's United Church of Princeton 1925- , St. Paul's Presbyterian Church of Princeton, 1919-1925, and St. Cuthbert's Anglican Parish 1971-1984, include: a church history; yearbooks, 1925- ; minutes of the Board of Stewards' and Sunday School meetings; financial statements, 1959-1977; and a sound recording of reminiscences by members, 1975; church bulletins and newsletters, 1980- . Also included are: rolls of itinerant ministers of the Presbyterian Church in the Princeton area, 1900-1920; nineteen volumes of registers for baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and deaths, 1915- ; communion rolls, 1916-1960; records of the proceedings of the United Church of Canada, 1925- ; a list of the twenty-three United Church members who were victims of the 1930 coal mine disaster at Blakeburn; and a special record of the Dignan family. The above records pertain to the ministry of St. Paul's United Church, and the Presbyterian and Anglican churches merged or affiliated with it in inter-denominational co-operation. These churches served the Princeton, Blakeburn, One-Mile, Five-Mile, Coalmont, Tulameen, Copper Mountain and Hedley areas.

17*268*01

ST. PAUL'S UNITED CHURCH (PRINCETON), RECORDS EST. 1919, DORCAS CIRCLE, RECORDS EST. 1919

Abstract:

Custodian St. Paul's United Church Women
Phone 295-7714
Postal Address P.O. Box 284, Princeton, B.C. V0X 1W0
Inclusive Dates 1957-
Extent 0.75 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Bio/hist Note St. Paul's United Church Dorcas Circle was formed in 1948. Some members left in 1962 to form the Senior Circle, commonly known as the Grandmothers' Circle. St. Cuthbert's Anglican Church Ladies' Aid, established in 1916, later had its members become part of the United Church Women's groups.
Summary Records of St. Paul's United Church Women 1957- include: a 6 page church history of seven of the women's and girls' groups belonging to St. Paul's United Church and St. Cuthbert's Anglican Church. Also includes records of the Dorcas Circle: minutes, 1957- ; membership lists, 1965- ; and a records of banquets catered in 1969. Also includes records of the Senior Circle (Grandmothers' Circle): financial records, 1964- ; minutes, attendance records and membership lists, 1965- ; annual reports, 1967- ; correspondence and photographs pertaining to the Unitarian Service League and the Sungshem Charity School in Korea. The above records pertain to the volunteer activities of women in church work in the Princeton area.
Restrictions Permission is needed from the president of the "Circle" concerned. Approved researchers only.

17*269

ST. PETER'S PARISH (PRINCETON), RECORDS EST. 1930

Abstract:

Custodian J. Alex Morris, O.M.I., Parish Priest
Street Address 43 Billiter Street, Princeton, B.C.
Postal Address Box 277, Princeton, B.C. V0X 1W0
Inclusive Dates 1930-
Extent 0.46 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Duplicates Microfilm copies of parish registers
Custodian(s) Sister Diana Harsh, Archivist
Postal Address 150 Robson Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 2A7
Bio/hist Note Death register includes notation of 47 deaths in a 1930 coalmine explosion in Blakeburn; many of the deceased were Yugoslavian.
Summary Records of St. Peter's Parish of Princeton 1930- include: correspondence; church bulletins; and registers of baptisms, confirmations, first communions, marriages and deaths from the Princeton, Hedley, Coalmont and Blakeburn areas.
General note Marriage registers indicate dates of baptism as early as 1901.

17*270

ST. SAVIOUR'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1892

Abstract:

Custodian Minister, St. Saviours's Anglican Church
Phone 492-4325
Street Address 150 Orchard Avenue, Penticton, B.C. V2A 2X8
Inclusive Dates 1920-
Bulk Dates 1963-
Extent 0.5 m.
Type of Unit ms.; maps and plans; photographs; published material
Summary Records of St. Saviour's Anglican Church of Penticton 1920- include: provincial government marriage records, 1920- ; financial statements, 1923-1943, 1946; financial ledger for 1941; confirmation registers, 1952- ; registers of marriage banns, 1952- ; burial and death registers, 1953- ; baptism registers, 1963- ; policy records, 1969-1976; correspondence files, 1971- ; building plans, 1975; minutes of annual, vestry and management meetings, 1977- ; and financial records 1981- . Also includes: photographs of church events, buildings, and clergy, 1907-1974; a roll of church members who served in World Wars I and II; and photographs of parish members, 1984- . Also includes records of St. Peter's Anglican Church of Naramata: registers of baptisms, 1928-1971; and registers of funerals and certificates, 1955-1970.
Restrictions Permission needed from incumbent clery. Twenty-four hours notice required. Available to approved researchers only.
Related Docs Pre 1963 vestry minutes, etc.
Custodian(s) Anglican Diocese of Kootenay Archives
Address P.O. Box 549, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P2

17*270*01

ST. SAVIOUR'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1892, CHURCH CHOIR, RECORDS EST. 1961

Abstract:

Custodian Minister
Inclusive Dates 1961-
Extent 1.6 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Church Choir, a church music organization, of St. Saviour's Anglican Church of Penticton include: financial records, 1961- .
Restrictions Permission from incumbent clergy and twenty-four hours notice are required. Available to approved researchers only.

17*270*02*01

ST. SAVIOUR'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1892, WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS, ALTAR GUILD, RECORDS

Abstract:

Custodian Incumbent minister
Inclusive Dates 1961-1985
Extent 7.1 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Altar Guild of St. Saviour's Anglican Church 1961-1985 include: annual minutes and financial statements, 1961-1981; correspondence and membership lists, 1982-1985.
Restrictions Permission from incumbent clergy and twenty-four hours notice are required. Available to approved researchers only.

17*270*02*02

ST. SAVIOUR'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1892, WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS, ANGLICAN CHURCH WOMEN, RECORDS EST. 1906

Abstract:

Custodian Incumbent minister
Inclusive Dates 1906-
Bulk Dates 1955
Extent 0.12 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Bio/hist Note The name was the Women's Auxiliary to 1967 when it became the Anglican Church Women. It changed from the Evening Branch to Afternoon Fellowship on Jan. 1, 1979.
Summary Records of the Women's Auxiliary and the Anglican Church Women of St. Saviour's Anglican Church 1906- include: constitution and by-laws, 1952, 1967, and 1968; membership lists and financial records, 1955- ; Women's Auxiliary handbook, 1962; correspondence files, 1963- ; minutes and committee reports, 1964- .
Related Docs older minutes, etc.
Custodian(s) Anglican Diocese of Kootenay Archives
Address P.O. Box 549, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P2

17*270*02*03

ST. SAVIOUR'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (PENTICTON), RECORDS EST. 1892, WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS, WOMEN'S GUILD, RECORDS EST. 1953

Abstract:

Custodian Incumbent clergy
Inclusive Dates 1953-
Extent 0.5 m.
Type of Unit ms.; photographs
Bio/hist Note In 1953, a group broke off from the Anglican Church Women to form the Women's Guild.
Summary Records of the Women's Guild of St. Saviour's Anglican Church 1953- include: minute books, with financial records and membership lists, 1953-1980; scrapbooks, 1953-1986; correspondence files, 1956-1980; and financial records, 1976- . Also includes photographs.
Restrictions Permission from incumbent clergy and twenty-four hours notice are needed. Available to approved researchers only.

17*271

ST. STEPHEN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (SUMMERLAND), RECORDS EST. CA. 1907

Abstract:

Custodian Minister, St. Stephen's Anglican Church
Phone 494-3466
Street Address 9311 Prairie Valley Rd., Summerland, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 697, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1899-
Bulk Dates 1907-
Extent 2.6 m.
Type of Unit ms.; maps and plans; paintings; photographs
Bio/hist Note Anglican church services have been held in the Summerland area since 1893. St. Peter's Anglican Church, the first Anglican Church in Summerland, was built in 1899 and destroyed by fire in 1917. The first resident Anglican ministry was established in 1906 and the first service was held in St. Stephen's Anglican Church in 1910.
Summary Records of St. Stephen's Anglican Church of Summerland 1899- include: vestry books, 1959- ; vestry and annual minutes, correspondence files, church policy, Sunday School and financial records, 1963- ; financial special appeal, 1967- ; guest books, 1971- ; scrapbooks from the Festival of Flowers held in 1974 and 1977, and from the seventy-fifth anniversary, 1909-1984. Also included are: photographs of incumbent ministers, 1907- ; registers of baptisms, confirmations, and burials, 1908- ; church marriage records 1908-1938; government marriage records 1948- ; and an honour roll of St. Stephen's Church members who fought in the World Wars. Also included are records of women and youth in church work: Junior Women's Auxiliary financial records, 1935-1944; Women's Auxiliary minutes and financial records, 1941-1950; and Little Helpers' financial records, 1953-1965. Also included are photographs and paintings of St. Peter's Anglican Church, 1899-1917.
Restrictions Permission is needed from the incumbent minister. Records are available to approved researchers only.
Related Docs vestry minutes, etc. pre 1963
Custodian(s) Anglican Diocese of Kootenay Archives
Address P.O. Box 549, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 4X8

17*274

SUMMERLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1906

Abstract:

Custodian Minister, Summerland Baptist Church
Phone 494-3881
Street Address 10318 Elliott St., Summerland, B.C.
Postal Address P.O. Box 454, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1906-
Extent 1.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.; plans; published material
Summary Records of Summerland Baptist Church 1906- include: minutes of the Church Board, 1906, 1909, 1913, 1922, 1949, 1956- ; financial ledgers, 1906-1922, 1946- ; membership lists, 1906- ; deeds and land titles, 1910; constitutions, 1920 and 1930; provincial government marriage records, 1921, and 1958- ; visitors' books, 1946-1982; files, 1983- ; and building plans. Also included are: Ladies' Mission Circle minutes of the activities of women in church work, 1906-1907, 1925-1954, and treasurers' books, 1925 and 1959; Co-workers' Sunshine Band, cash book, 1908; Baptist Young People's Union minutes, 1908 and 1928, pertaining to the activities of youth in church work; copies of correspondence sent to church members serving overseas during World War II; and church histories written in 1955 and 1963.

17*275

SUMMERLAND FREE METHODIST CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1938

Abstract:

Custodian Summerland Free Methodist Church
Street Address 9105 Pineo Street, Summerland, B.C.
Postal Address Box 143, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1939-
Extent 1.3 m.
Type of Unit ms.; maps and plans; photographs; slides; sound recording
Summary Records of the Summerland Free Methodist Church 1939- include: minutes, 1977-; financial records, 1946-; correspondence; government marriage records, 1939-; membership lists, 1977-; 1971 dedication leaflets; handwritten history of the church to 1960; and 1960 guestbook.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Board. Available to approved researchers only.

17*280

SUMMERLAND MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION, RECORDS EST. CA. 1988?

Abstract:

Custodian Summerland Ministerial Association
Street Address 2706 Johnson Street, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1981-
Extent 14 cm.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Summerland Ministerial Association 1981- include: minutes; financial records; and correspondence.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Executive. Available to approved researchers only.

17*285

SUMMERLAND PENTECOSTAL CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1948

Abstract:

Custodian Summerland Pentecostal Church
Street Address 9918 Julia Street, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1948-
Extent 1.6 m.
Type of Unit ms.; maps and plans; published material
Summary Records of the Summerland Pentecostal Church 1948- include: minutes of congregational meeting, special meeting, annual and board meetings, 1949, 1955, 1969, 1977- ; constitutions of 1952 and 1988; financial records; correspondence files; government marriage records 1950- ; membership lists 1979, 1981- ; visitors' book; Sunday school records; and typed church history 1948-1951 including mention of the activities under the former name of the church, the Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Pastor. Available to approved researchers only.

17*290

SUMMERLAND UNITED CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1925

Abstract:

Custodian Summerland United Church
Street Address 13204 Henry Avenue, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1925-
Extent 2 m.
Type of Unit ms., photographs
Summary Records of the Summerland United Church 1925- include: minutes of board meetings; annual reports 1978- ; constitution and by-laws; financial records; correspondence; baptism, confirmation, church marriage, government marriage, and burial records 1939- ; Sunday school records; photographs; and Second World War honour roll.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Board. Available to approved researchers only.
General note Archival materials routinely sent to United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives in Vancouver.

17*290*01

SUMMERLAND UNITED CHURCH, RECORDS EST. 1925, UNITED CHURCH WOMEN, RECORDS EST. 1962

Abstract:

Inclusive Dates 1931-
Bulk Dates 1975-
Type of Unit ms., photographs, published material
Bio/hist Note The United Church Women was formed in 1962 with the merger of the Women's Auxiliary and the Ladies Aide.
Summary Records of the United Church Women of the Summerland United Church 1931- include: minutes, 1976-1978; financial ledgers 1956- ; scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, photographs, membership lists and annual reports 1975- ; photographs of presidents 1931-1985; and a written history.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Board. Available to approved researchers only.
General note Archival materials routinely sent to United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives.

17*295

TROUT CREEK CHURCH OF GOD SOCIETY (SUMMERLAND), RECORDS EST. 1942

Abstract:

Custodian Trout Creek Church of God Society
Street Address 2706 Johnson Street, Summerland, B.C. V0H 1Z0
Inclusive Dates 1943-
Extent 1.2 m.
Type of Unit ms.
Summary Records of the Trout Creek Church of God Society 1943- include: board and annual business meeting minutes including membership lists 1971- ; financial records 1943- ; correspondence; by-laws; administration and procedure manuals; service records; government marriage records 1951- ; parish baptism, marriage, and death records 1951- ; baby dedications; attendance records including Sunday school attendance; and guest books.
Restrictions Permission needed from the Board. Written request required. Available to approved researchers only.

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