PASSION. HISTORY. DEDICATION.
Since 1953, Historic St. Luke’s Restoration, doing business today as St. Luke’s Historic Church & Museum, has been the steward of this American icon and treasure. As an IRS-recognized 501(c)3 non-profit, the Museum is dedicated to the preservation of this 43-acre national historic landmark. Below are just a few of the projects that we currently have underway.
OUT OF THE ASHES
Twelve boxes of files survived the 2005 fire, and approximately 50,000 pages, mostly onion-skin copies, are slowly deteriorating. In early 2016, we began actively encouraging our volunteers to assist us by photocopying these damaged archives onto acid-free paper.
This field trip program is designed to explore what archaeology can tell 4th graders about life in Colonial Virginia via hands-on activities that include the study of the architecture of St. Luke’s Church.
This workshop program is a free workshop designed to provide volunteers with the training and knowledge they need to complete minor cleaning and care of historic tombstones and monuments.
The Wedding Scrapbook Project intends to gather moments from past, present, and future weddings. We want to connect with everyone who has exchanged vows at St. Luke’s.