Records of the St Alban's Cathedral, including among others minutes of council and vestry meetings, and services, as well as records for St Mark's Church, St Augustine's Church, Church of the Holy Name and the military chaplaincy.
The collection contains records relating to the activities of the Diocese of Christ the King for the period of 1988-2002. The documents include amongst others minutes of the Synod and Bishop's Council Meetings, reports, clergy correspondence, financial records, projects, training and educational material, memoranda and statements, publications and newspaper clippings.
The collection contains records relating to the Anglican Church Congress in Toronto, Canada in 1963. It includes: programme of the Congress, addresses of Bishops, presentations of the international speakers, newspaper issues and cuttings, colour slides. The purpose of the Anglican Congress of 1963 in Toronto was for Anglicans to confer together and to take a look at the world in which they work. The Anglican Congress was examining religio-political movements in the world, life of the church under cultural and scientific advances in life of people. The subjects discussed at the Congress covered topics like: different world's religions, racism, international relations, problems of social justice, responsibilities of Christians towards those are underprivileged, the refuges and homeless, the role of the priest in this kind of world. During the Congress the 50th Anniversary of the 1963 Anglican Congress was celebrated. At the end of the Conference participating primates and bishops of the Anglican Communion issued a Statement issued a statement to all Christians.
The collection contains records relating to the activities of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa's Canon Law Council. There are legal documents, diocesan reports, minutes of the meetings and correspondence.
Canon Law regulates the internal ordering of the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox and the Anglican Communion. Canon Law is amended and adopted by the legislative authority of the church, such as councils of bishops, individual bishops, the Pope for the Catholic Church, and the British Parliament for the Church of England. In South Africa Canon Law is an Amalgam of Roman-Dutch Civil Law and English Common Law, as well as the Customary Law. Bishops and church leaders should know how to respect and uphold Canon Law and the regulations of the church in all forms. Canon Law should be included in training of the clergy.
Minute-books, correspondence, memoranda, plans, petitions for faculties and properties, parish registers of confirmations, baptisms, marriages and burials for Johannesburg and other Transvaal towns. Subjects are the administration of the diocese through its boards and committees, with particular reference to finance, properties, parish boundaries, missionary conferences and St. Mary's Cathedral.
Lesotho branch of the Committee on society, Development and Peace "The church and development in Lesotho", report of the Conference at the University of Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland, 19 June 4 July 1970.
George Wyndham Hamilton Knight-Bruce (1852-1896) was the Bishop of Bloemfontein (1886-1891) and the Bishop of Mashonaland (1891-1894). His Diary contains the account of a pioneer trek through Mashonaland.