St. Peter's Cathedral Archives houses and makes available the Cathedral official archives, along with archival materials related to the church community in Charlottetown and across Prince Edward Island.
Parochial returns records are submitted by the church to the Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, in order to support financial allocations across the diocese. The parochial return form provides financial disclosure re: all sources of income generated by every organization within the church, including interest earned by, and donations made to all funds or accounts maintained by the parochial corporation, including memorial accounts. Final documents are retained by the church as archival evidence. The parochial returns files are as follows: (1) 1998 (0.25 cm) (2) 1999-2005 (2 cm) (3) 2006-2010 (1 cm) (4) 2011-2014 (1 cm)
Charity returns records are submitted by the church to the Canada Revenue Agency annually, in compliance with the Income Tax Act, in order to verify the church's status as a charitable agency. Final documents are retained by the church as archival evidence. The charity returns files are as follows: (1) 1995 (0.25 cm) (2) 1999-2004 (2 cm) (3) 2005-2010 (1 cm) (4) 2011-2014 (1 cm)
The photographs show the altar of St. Peter's Cathedral Church as it was decorated to commemorate Reverend Canon James Simpson, during the church's 125th anniversary.
Photograph [a] shows the altar decorated to look like it was when Reverend Canon James Simpson was the incumbent priest. Photograph [b] shows Craig O'Brian, Reverend Canon Peter W. Harris, and Paul Kays. Photograph [c] shows the altar decorated.
The photographs show various aspects of the interior and exterior of St. Peter's Cathedral and the old hall.
Photographs [a] and [b] show the church front door. Photograph [c] shows the font. Photograph [d] shows a stained glass window. Photographs [e] and [f] show an Easter flower arrangement. Photograph [g] shows the exterior of the old hall. There is snow on the ground. Photograph [h] shows the exterior of the old hall where it connected to the church. There is a black SUV parked in front of it and a black dog next to the SUV. Photograph [i] shows the old church sign leaning up against the old hall. The sign reads "The Anglican Church Welcomes You. St. Peter's Cathedral End of Block." Photographs [j], [k], and [l] show the altar beneath three stained glass windows.