Alberta and Northwest Conference

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Serving Alberta, Northeastern British Columbia, and the Yukon & Northwest Territories

Mailing Address: 9911-48th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 5V6

Tel: 780-435-3995 • Fax: 780-438-3317



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Archives

The Conference Archives and congregational records are housed in the Provincial Archives of Alberta in Edmonton.

The holdings of the Conference Archives are accessible through the Sandra Thomson Reading Room of the Provincial Archives during its regular hours.

The Conference Archives consists of approximately 375 linear metres of records, dating from the 1830’s to the present. It acquires, preserves and makes available the archival records created, accumulated, and/or maintained by Alberta and Northwest Conference, its Presbyteries, Pastoral Charges and Congregations, and the related church groups, associations, educational institutions, and hospitals operated therein. The Archives also acquires personal papers and manuscripts of individuals (clergy and church workers) associated with the Conference.


For information about records and archives, contact:

Jane Bowe McCarthy, Conference Archivist

c/o The Provincial Archives

8555 Roper Road NW

Edmonton AB  T6E 5W1

780-427-8687; Fax: 780-427-4646


Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday:  9:00 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.

Appointments are recommended if you wish to consult with the Conference Archivist.

Otherwise, the Provincial Archives reference staff may assist with research requests during their regular business hours. All reference and research requests, including baptism, marriage and burial searches and transcripts should be directed to the Provincial Archives of Alberta Reference Desk.

Provincial Archives of Alberta Reference Desk: Ph: 780-427-1056; Fax: 780-427-4646.

There is no fee to access the holdings of the Conference Archives, but copying and photo reproduction charges apply. The staff will do a preliminary search of relevant material free of charge, but they have set fees ($30 per hour) for anyone who is unable to come in person to do their own research.