[Jefferts] Schori presides over Episcopalians in 16 countries. She made her first visit to North Carolina, in part, to help St. Martin's celebrate its 125th anniversary, a century of it spent in the small building tucked between Seventh Street and Independence Park.
As Schori noted often in her sermon, St. Martin's has a long tradition of community involvement. It was home to the city's first Boys and Girls Scout troops. Today, its 750 members are active participants in a host of community affairs, from AIDS and HIV awareness to homelessness and affordable housing.
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