Contains one leaflet from Christian Union, one leaflet with the title ‘Has Christianity Turned You Off?’, one card with the title ‘Chaplain to the Students’ Association?’, one card with the title ‘Catholic Chaplaincy for the University of Strathclyde?' and one letter from Strathclyde Christian Union.
Contains a letter from the University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre, enclosed with a Chaplaincy Centre information leaflet for 1983-1984, and a programme for ‘Rights & Responsibilities’: a lunchtime series of discussion meetings on Friday at 1.00 p.m.
Two copies of the University's 'GAZETTE' magazine that belonged to Chaplain Rev J. Lochrie: Spring and Summer 1976 editions. There are two articles that relate to the chaplaincy within these editions: -‘Plans Unfold for Chaplaincy Centre’, Spring 1976, pp5-7; -‘Chaplaincy Centre Prospects’, Summer 1976, pp12-13.
Contains one leaflet about Catholic Chaplaincy for the University of Strathclyde, one leaflet about international activities, one leaflet about ‘Anglican Chaplain’, two survey cards and one order of service for the ‘Mass for the Feast of All Saints 1973.'
Contains five different newsletters related to the Chaplaincy of the University of Strathclyde: ‘The Catholic Student’, 'The ark news', ‘GAZETTE', ‘The University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy: Friends’ Newsletter’, and ‘BUS: a bulletin of the University of Strathclyde’.
Correspondence mainly related to the development of the Chaplaincy Centre and the move to the St Paul's Building. Correspondence refers to: the Chaplaincy Centre and associated appeal; the relocation of the Chaplaincy; the St Paul's Building; fundraising and finance; the development of the chaplaincy; meetings; committees; staff appointments; University Court and Senate decisions; accommodation for clergy; and the opening ceremony.
Correspondents include: R. J. M. Young; J. M. Harvey; Ian F. Brown; Duncan MacLean; J. Macdonald; John S. Lochrie; Alex N. Main; Horace Walker; David W. J. Morrell; Louis McGougan; Rev Ian Doyle; Sir Samuel Curran; Lady Curran.
Various working documents related to chaplaincy projects for example: a chaplaincy appeal; documents related to accommodation in the St Paul’s building; and other documents such as typescript of a speech arguing the formation of the Chaplaincy Centre at the University of Strathclyde.
Various documents providing information about the Chaplaincy and related groups such as: the history of the Chaplaincy, the University of Strathclyde Christian Union Constitution, and a calendar of events.