St Paul's archives are a collection of historical records and artifacts ("things") which have been selected for long-term or permanent preservation because they may have enduring historical or evidentiary (legal proof) value or cultural interest.
They consist of official minute books, annual reports, and the registers of marriage, baptism and burial. These records range from 1852 to the present.
Artifacts and pictures range from a Methodist "Love Feast" (communion) set which pre-dates 1853 to the 1951 carving of the Lord's Prayer, hanging in the Moss-Davidson-Hill Room.
On special occasions some of the items are put on display for the delight and interest of the congregation.