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Walking toward Truth – reflection on the history of St. John’s

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In 2020, St. John’s participated in a panel discussion in support of the Walking toward Truth pilgrimage in the Diocese of Southern Virginia. This pilgrimage was part of the 1619 Project – commemorating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of enslaved people in the colonies at Point Comfort Virginia. As part of the pilgrimage and panel […]

18th Century Ministry and Worship

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18th century reenactors St. John's

It was a grand day today as we celebrated Evening worship with Chaplain Platek. There was a hearty group of nearly 50 who lifted their voices in prayer and praise. We also heard a rousing sermon from the Chaplain about the events in the society of 1775 that were disturbing for their community. We wonder […]

Updates to our site

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We added a table with all the known graves in our graveyard. The table is listed by name and can be found under the Parish Graveyard page at: https://wp.me/P7SCok-fK  

Letting the Contract for the Church – ca. 1753

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From the history of the Parish. Note: no effort has been made to correct spelling and punctuation At a Vestry held for Suffolk Pish at Chuckatuck Church May 20th 1753   Present Anthony Holladay Nath Wright Jona Godwin James Turner John King Thos. Godwin William Willkinson & James Cowling, Gent.   The Vestry having this […]