What we do
The Diocesan Archives offers safe, secure and climate-controlled storage for non-current parish records. This includes baptism, marriage and burial registers for both current and closed parishes across the Diocese of Toronto, as well as historical parish records, photographs, drawings, and other commemorative items. For more information, see our Guide to the Diocesan Archives brochure.
The Archives also acts as a records centre and maintains the central filing system for active and semi-active files of the Diocese. This includes records on:
- parish and diocesan property
- deanery minutes and correspondence
- diocesan boards and committees
- treasury files
- personnel files
Parishes and diocesan staff can consult Archives staff about recordkeeping, storage and records retention. Visit our Information for Parishes page for more details.
Researchers and other visitors can learn more about accessing our collections on our Information for Researchers page.
Accessing the Archives
The Anglican Diocese of Toronto Archives is open to in-person research by appointment only.
Visit our Information for Researchers page for details on booking a visit, including hours of operation, researcher fees and access restrictions.
We also welcome requests by mail, email and phone. Please note that we can undertake only limited research on behalf of patrons.
If you have any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get in touch
You can reach the Archives staff at 416-363-6021 (1-800-668-8932) or by email: