A highlight of St Martin’s February 26th Vestry was the comprehensive update presented by Glenn Bloodworth on where matters currently stand with respect to St Martin’s redevelopment plans. Following much positive discussion, Vestry fully endorsed a three part motion that Considers the St. Martin’s Site Feasibility Study prepared by R. J. Hill Architect Inc., dated […]
This coming Sunday at St. Martin’s parish is our Patronal Feast Day and also Remembrance Sunday. Our special guest is the Venerable Chris Dunn, Archdeacon of Ottawa West and Rector of All Saints, Westboro. Chris will give the children’s talk and preach. He will also join us over coffee and share his experiences with recent […]
Under the guidance of a Re-Development Committee co-chaired by Glenn Bloodworth and Sara Ryan, parishioners at St Martin’s have embarked on re-imagining what shape their church home and surrounding property needs to take in the first half of the 21 st century. While a similar exercise undertaken in 2010 did not yield any feasible scenarios, […]
Glenn Bloodworth chairs the group spearheading this important initiative whose members include Reverend Vroom, Ian Marsh, David Jeans, David Dawson, Anthony West, Bob Ellis and Fiona Hills. Subsequent to the status report tabled at Vestry 2013 in February, Glenn reports that this spring the commercial broker orally received two expressions of interest (EOI). In late […]
The Vestry presentation on the redevelopment issue can be downloaded here in PDF format. The Request for Expression of Interest document can be downloaded here in PDF format.