The Loudoun County Joint Architectural Review Board has awarded St. James' with their Historic District Design Excellence Award in the Leesburg Old and Historic District for the renovation of our stained glass windows.
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The Property Committee consists of volunteers, one of whom organizes the meeting and takes minutes, and others who are task managers or provide specific skills or just plain good old advice. The property manager and the Vestry sub-committee are ex officio. The Property Committee solicits help from others -- the Men's Service Ministry is a vital resource. Overall, the aim is for a team or collegial approach.
The Property Committee was re-formed in June 2011, with the objective of responding to the Goal #3 of the 2011 Vision Plan: Care for Properties. The Property Committee works with the Vestry sub-committee for Care of Property and the property manager to identify the needs and goals associated with the Vision, define the tasks to be done, and, having determined their scope, prioritize them. A priority list is maintained to identify tasks and how they are to be implemented. Task worksheets summarize the work to be done and the status.
The Property Committee meets formally once a month, generally on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Vestry Room of the Parish House. All are welcome to become involved in this ministry.
For more information, contact the Church Office.