Fonds F-335a - Christ the King Parish (Burnaby, B.C.) fonds

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Christ the King Parish (Burnaby, B.C.) fonds

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AADNW F-335a

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  • 1951-1998 (Creation)
    Christ the King Parish (Burnaby, B.C.)

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66 cm of textual records

microfilm reel

3 negatives

516 photographs

2 recording tapes

355 slides

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"Christ the King is a small and caring parish family serving in the Brentwood area of North Burnaby. Founded in 1955 through both St. Nicolas' and St. James' Churches, the character of the parish was originally Anglo Catholic. In the late 60's and early 70's the parish moved into experimental liturgy and ministered to the communitythrough the development of the Cameray Counselling Centre for victims of sexual abuse, a hostel for transient youth, and other outreach projects. Since that time Christ the King has attempted to maintain a balanced approach to its work and worship. Our worship services continue to be somewhat informal and use contemporary language...The Rev. Kathleen (Kay) Schmitt arrived at Christ the King on March 1, 1994, Kay was formerly Priest-in-Charge of St. Richard's, North Vancouver and Rector of St. Margaret's Parish in Edmonton" (From "Welcome to Christ the King" D 1275 / 3) Christ the King Parish closed on October 15, 2003. It is now part of St. Timothy's Parish Burnaby.

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Fonds consists of: vital statistics records (Baptismal registers 1956-1998, Confirmation register 1951-1997, Banns of Marriage register 1958-1982, Church Marriage register 1956-1997, Burial register 1957-1999, Civil Marriage registers 1957-1997), Service registers (1956-1991), Annual Vestry minutes & reports (1968-1998) and financial records (1956-1998), sale of lot to diocese (1975), Church Committee records (1971-1997), Pew Bulletins (1967-1976), Youth Group records (1994-1998), Altar Guild records (1952-1996), Newsletters (1973-1997), miscellaneous historical material (1962-1985), architectural plans, photographs (1957-1988), microfilm reel, slides, and recording tapes.

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Data entry data: 6/5/2008 9:42
Data entry by: LF

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Closed parish number: 0.43

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Inmagic identifier: 1998

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  • Box: MFDNW98 D 796-798 D 1275-1276 D 1279 / 24-26