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In March of this year St Luke’s Education Department will be going on the road to the UK. We will be filming for a documentary to be released later this year entitled; “Born from Conflict: Cavaliers and Puritans of Newport Parish.”
Join St. Luke’s Historic Church & Museum in a day of appreciation and community as we honor Veterans and their families.
This article discusses the Huguenots, a group of Protestants who fled Catholic France to escape persecution and their settlements in early Virginia.
In this article, we discuss the motivations, intentions, and consequences behind the creation of the 1611 King James version of the Bible.
In this article, we introduce the Rev. John Camm. Camm traveled from England to become the Rector at the Newport Parish in Isle of Wight County, later known as St. Luke’s. He was a minister of high regard who had received his Doctorate in Divinity.
James II ascended to the throne after the death of his brother Charles II in 1685. But his transition to power was anything but easy. Learn more about the king who was beset on all sides because of his religious beliefs.