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The Agora

The files include the planning and organizing of issues of the Agora publication produced by Lakehead University. There are few examples of the final publication released to the public.

Sunday Services

Order of service materials. Textual documents and art. The LUF was only able to meet on a regular and consistent basis after they got their own building, before then then they met usually only once a month at various locations that were often announced a few weeks before the date of service. Order of service booklets vary.

Special Services and Programs

Textual documents pertaining to programs and services and 1 audio tape from the Ken Morrison lectures.

In addition to Sunday Programs like religious education, the LUF operated programs that provided opportunities for people to learn and grow as individuals and as a collective. These programs were normally educational and included workshops, and promoted community involvement, such as workshops where they visited other religious denominations, and volunteered as a collective at Shelter House. They also provided services typical of religious denominations such as weddings and celebrations of life. They took part in local Thunder Bay programs such as “adopt a highway” and “bicycle for humanity.” Materials here reflect the originally received file arrangement.

Social Services

These folders deal with government departments' provincial policy towards local institutions, C.C.F. policy statements, correspondence with Robinson from constituents, and background material regarding social services in general.

Scrapbooks and Photographs

Photographs and news clippings illustrating the student and faculty experiences in the School of Library Technology. Material is from one large scrapbook (kept intact but with loose items separated) and one photo album binder (separated into individual photographs and sheets.)

Reports and Board Material

Textual documents and 3 CD-Rs with pictures and videos from events and moments. While the administrative assistants over the years did an admirable job updating binders with related material, there was substantial material that was not filed with the Board minutes and seemingly was gathered from the administrators desk when they moved out of their building on Algoma street. This included board minutes, reports, and correspondence that directly related to the way that LUF governed their institution. This subseries reflects the way the alphabetical arrangement had limitations: there was material that did not neatly fall into the categories they chose. Files relating to organization and function that did not fit into other series are stored here, such as “fellowship life.” Includes also bylaw and policy information, financial statements and reports, and board members’ correspondence.

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