Series - Financial Records

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Financial Records

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  • 1913-1977 (Creation)
    Creator
    St. Paul's Church
    Place
    Moose Jaw

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21.5 cm of textual records.

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St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church was built in the summer of 1907 in Tuxford, Saskatchewan. The church cost $2 630 to build and Geo. Logan was the head carpenter. Reverend McGregor was the first pastor and there were approximately 20 families in the congregation. In 1925, the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches formed the United Church of Canada. St. Paul’s became a United Church as a result of this merger. St. Paul’s Church was rededicated on May 6, 1962. In 1971, the Tuxford Pastoral Charge was dissolved and St. Paul’s Church joined the Minto United Church in Moose Jaw to create the Minto Pastoral Charge.

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This series reflects the financial interactions of the church. It includes bills, financial statements, receipts, donations, cash books, and other financial documents.

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