This community centre is one of the landmarks in the Glebe neighbourhood. It was a Methodist church once, before the Methodists, Congregationalists, and part of the Presbyterian church joined together and became the United Church of Canada, back in the twenties and thirties. That left a surplus of buildings periodically. This one ended up being put to good use, and there is a tremendous amount of activity through the week inside. I've always liked the architectural design and the open space of the interior. Several weekends ago, the building was hosting several local artists with their works for sale.