Dr James Rorie's Diaries, 1862-1911; Documents relating to the Rorie family's education 1838-1947; Dr James Rorie's work related material 1863-1909; Dr James Rorie's personal, family and religious material 1817-1910; Photographs 1820-1923 ; Digital files from Jane Mcintyre 2009.
(1-4) Correspondence and documents concerning a Yamaha digital piano, loudspeakers, window blinds, as well as Canon 35 Application Forms; property inspection reports; material on new chairs, altar kneelers and folding tables; Fire Certificates
(1-4) Papers connected to the link between Monifieth and Carnoustie, a history of Holy Trinity Church, information relating to Rev. J.B. Jobberns including a photograph and a response from the National Archives concerning a research request, a congregation address list [closed], a list of the clergy, Scottish Liturgy 1982 [outline of services]
Televised Sunday service at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church led by REV. Terry Dyer with REV. Faye Lamont, organist Derek Buchan, readings by John Manby and prayers by Judith Edmond and Bill McFawns. [Contents copied to University Server]
Lists the communicants in the parish of Tealing on 13 July 1725 broken down by village or farmhouse: Kirktown, Tealing, Finlarg, Todhills, Newbigging, Balgray Easter, Balgray Wester, Balnuth, Balkalk, Prieston, Balkemback, Balutheran. Also lists elders and deacons and narrates the church's activities until 1727
Congregational and membership lists comprising original and copies of lists of members of the Glasite church across Scotland, England and North America, many with annotated comments and details of baptisms, marriage and death. Service registers noting dates of services and texts for the day. Ceremonies, ordinations, procedures and prayers comprising notes and other papers relating to baptism, death, ordinations and marriages. Sermons, discourses and exhortations comprising papers, notebooks, drafts and letters with devotional and theological poems, hymns, notes and letters, mainly concerning the beliefs and debates of the church. Copies and original correspondence relating to individuals and congregations, concerning family and congregational news, disputes and schisms, and the life of the church in the 20th century. Scrapbooks and letter books containing copy and original correspondence between individuals and churches, notes and news cuttings, often concerning church disputes on matters such as ‘the eating of blood and of things strangled’. Journals and narratives comprising transcriptions of letters, narratives, accounts and diaries describing events and activities of members of the church'. Property and land records comprising plans and correspondence and petition relating to the building of the Edinburgh meeting houses and their sale. Accounts, invoices and receipts, tenders, promissory notes and correspondence mainly relating to the Barony Street Chapel, Edinburgh. Engravings, photographs and postcards featuring members of the church. Newscuttings, histories, lectures, articles and other ephemera. Correspondence and papers relating to various persons' research into the Church, mainly addressed to Gerard Sandeman. Notes and documents relating to births, deaths and marriages of Glasite families. Items used within church services
Coloured photographs depicting Holy Trinity Church, various people at social events such as Sunday School and visits to other churches, and celebrations such as a going-away party, birthday parties, weddings, christmas and confirmations, as well as a memory stick named "Catherine B" [technologically inaccessible]
Minutes of vestry meetings discussing the new constitution, burials, church activities such as a ceilidh, a christmas fair and a barbeque, matters concerning church fabric such as the installation of CCTV and microphone, as well as donations to various charities
Minutes of vestry meetings discussing matters of church fabric, various celebrations and other church activites such as Sunday Sing-alongs, and the election of church representatives and new vestry members.