2.50 m of textual records.
The Council for Social Service (1915-1969) was created initially to promote the moral and social well-being of people through legislation, action, cooperation, and education. Then went on to study social problems and to promote the formation of a Christian public opinion upon social problems. In 1969, the C.S.S. was disbanded and was succeeded by Social Action Unit (National and World Program) (1967-1974) and then Social Action Ministries (1974-1990).
Scope and Content:
Fonds consists of Bulletins, reports, minutes, subject files, and printed material.
Council for Social Service. Bulletins, 1917-1971 available on microfilm Mf 92-02.
Finding aid available.
Council for Social Service. Bulletins, 1917-1971 indexed in the Church House Articles Database.
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.