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A church in the Glebe

D. M. L. Farr

A church in the Glebe

St. Matthew"s, Ottawa, 1898-1988 : a history prepared for the occasion of the 90th anniversary of St. Matthew"s Church

by D. M. L. Farr

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Published by St. Matthew"s Anglican Church in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • St. Matthew"s Anglican Church (Ottawa, Ont.) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Farr.
    ContributionsSt. Matthew"s Anglican Church (Ottawa, Ont.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 155 p., [13] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15447949M
    ISBN 10096937500X
    OCLC/WorldCa19389792

    The Glebe is a patch of land on the hillside next to St Andrew’s Church. It is about acres in size, and belongs to the Church of England. Its purpose in past centuries was to provide land for the vicar to grow food for his household, but it had not been used for a long time until in recent years it was rented out as a paddock for donkeys. The donkeys were supposed to help reduce and keep. The area is called the Glebe because in the initial survey of Ottawa the area of acres was deeded by the Crown to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church as Clergy Reserve. The word "glebe" means church lands, and the area was originally known as "the glebe lands of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church".When the area was opened for development in , real estate agents began to refer to it.

    In the American colonies, glebe land was often farmed or rented out by the church to cover living expenses and support the clergy who lived there. Sometime after the loss of "The Glebe" following the Revolutionary War, John Eyre, a Vestryman in , gave $3, for the erection of a second rectory.   GLEBE (Lat. glaeba, gleba, clod or lump of earth, hence soil, land), in ecclesiastical law the land devoted to the maintenance of the incumbent of a church. Burn (Ecclesiastical Law, s.v. “Glebe Lands”) says: “Every church of common right is entitled to house and glebe, and the assigning of them at the first was of such absolute.

    Book Microform: National government publication: Micro-opaque: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Church lands -- Virginia -- Alexandria. Church lands. Virginia -- Alexandria. More like this: Similar Items. The community of the Glebe-Dows Lake is one of the most recognizable, affluent, and eclectic neighbourhoods in Ottawa. It was established in when most of the land still belonged to St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. In the neighbourhood was developed and the new neighbourhood was simply called The glebe which means church lands.


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Resources. The Resource Centre is a centralized online hub containing links to resources produced by the Anglican Church of Canada.

New resources are uploaded on a regular basis and may be viewed by topic, keyword and/or audience. Welcome. We are pleased to welcome all visitors to historic Glebe Church. Here you will find Christians who work and live in the world while seeking to do the will of God as mediated through Jesus Christ.

At the time of church union in the s, Glebe Methodist Church became St James United Church on Second Avenue, now known as Glebe-St. James United Church. Glebe Collegiate Institute opened in (originally as a branch of the Ottawa Collegiate Institute, now Lisgar Collegiate), under Principal McDougall.

The adjoining High School of Commerce opened in   Small portions of Glebe were leased for cultivation of cereal crops and vegetables, but most of the church reserve remained unoccupied until the Church and School Corporation, 'in view of the pressing needs of clergy', subdivided Glebe into 27 allotments and auctioned most of it in The Glebe was A church in the Glebe book established inwhen much of the land was allocated to St.

Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. In fact, when the area was opened for development inthe neighbourhood was simply referred to as “the glebe” which means “church lands”, since the land belonged to the church. Additional income might also be found through teaching or cultivating gardens and the glebe (acreage provided by the parish.) The amount of land varied by parish, some only had a field in others, fifty acres or more.

Celebrated in the Chapel. The Book of Alternative Services. Sundays, 10 a.m. Celebrated in the Church. Music for this service is furnished by St. Matthew's combined choirs under the direction of Kirkland Adsett, Director of Music and Organist. 2nd Wednesday of the month, a.m. Celebrated in the Church followed by lunch in the main hall.

We welcome our new Incumbent Rev. Geoff Chapman. Read his bio. Read the April – Special Issue of our Pulse of the Parish newsletter with our latest news.

Read the March issue of our Pulse of the Parish newsletter!. All events happening at the church are currently suspended. Where only the Main Hall or Glebe Room are booked facilities may be shared with other users. Children’s parties will be limited in age to As there is no council waste or paper collections, all hirers must remove both food waste and paper/cardboard.

Numbers admitted to the premises must not exceed Thorpe in the Glebe is probably the most extensive of Nottinghamshire's deserted medieval villages.

Its name is derived from the Danish word 'torp', which was a subsidiary settlement or farmstead dependent on a larger village; though there is evidence that the area was populated much earlier with finds of flint tools and Roman pottery.

Fourth Avenue Baptist Church is located on the corner of Bank Street and Fourth Avenue, in Ottawa's Glebe neighbourhood. It is affiliated with the Ottawa Baptist Association, Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec, and Canadian Baptist Ministries. Our Sunday morning service is at a.m.

and lasts approximately one hour. Matthew's Anglican Church in the Glebe, Ottawa is at St. Matthew's Anglican Church in the Glebe, Ottawa/5(1).

Back in Maythe Rev’d Graham Booth spent 10 days of silent prayer and retreat with Mother Mary Agnes and the SOLI Community on the island of Fetlar. Little did he know that in April he and his wife Ruth would move to The Glebe, formerly the West.

The Glebe Meadow and pavilion space is managed by the Hall & Glebe Field committee. Each event will be individually priced. For booking, please contact Pat Davies Tel or email: [email protected] click here for parish names K- W.

Click here for a map of the parishes. Click here to see the references used and abbreviations. Click here for a list of churches in the current phone book and their addresses. Note: Civil Registration for Protestant marriages began in ;Births, deaths began in The church authorities in the 18th and 19th centuries spent considerable sums providing glebe land for parish clergy.

This was an indirect way of supplementing clerical income. Clergymen in the medieval period lived in residential towers generally located at the west end of the parish church, also serving as a belfry to call the faithful to church.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Parishes of the established church in colonial Virginia, ": pages "Appraisement of the estate of the late Reverend Thomas Smith, Westmoreland County, Decem ": pages —The land belonging to and around a church—the glebe-land—was a sanctuary, and as such was known by the names of Nemed [neveh] meaning literally 'heavenly' or 'sacred,' and Termann or Termon, meaning 'boundary'; for the sanctuary was generally marked off at the corners by crosses or pillar-stones.

Once a culprit, fleeing from enraged. Jamestown Church James City VA. The Island (which in its great period was a peninsula) is rich in religious shrines, for, in addition to the tower and ruins of two churches --one of which in the seventeenth century almost became the first of our American cathedrals because of a king's gratitude for the Old Dominion's loyalty--there are: the Robert Hunt Shrine; the Memorial Cross dedicated to.

glebe - plot of land belonging to an English parish church or an ecclesiastical office acres, demesne, landed estate, estate, land - extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use; "the family owned a large estate on Long Island".

Glebe Road United Church, Toronto. likes 1 talking about this 75 were here. Located in the heart of the Yonge- Eglinton-Davisville Community, Glebe Road is a home for seekers young and old, /5(14).As stated in our Vestry book, in the church on the glebe land was in "ruinous condition" and a new church was ordered to be built.

The land on which the church was to be built was a part of the lands and cash donated in by Richard Bennett, his grandson Richard, and Thomas Tilly.The Church of England (now Protestant Episcopal) was the established church in Virginia from to Between the time of the American Revolution and the yearthe largest religious groups in Virginia were the Baptist, Methodist Episcopal, and Presbyterian churches.[1].