The Mission of Historic St. Luke’s Restoration, Inc. is to preserve, protect, and promote this historic church landmark and its collections, documents, history, graveyard, and surroundings.


Values

Our core values serve to help the visitor envision, experience and study the setting, architecture and history of a colonial church and its burial site, and to focus the work of the Board and Staff on continuing our dedication to:

Preservation

Ensuring that the historic church, landmark, artifacts, documents, cemeteries are maintained in a historically accurate state.

Protection

Actively pursuing the secure and dignified status of the grounds, buildings, and collections.

Sanctity

Recognizing the spirituality of the church, it’s native purpose, its somber environment, and the serene atmosphere is maintained.

Quality

Striving to do the best in all of our actions.

Research

Providing opportunities and materials for study.

Education

Providing knowledgeable and accessible tours, access to research and genealogical materials.

History

Recognizing that the church’s significant historical status is the underlying value.

Promotion

Encouraging visitation in a variety of markets and involvement in the tourism and historical community.

Stewardship

Carefully using financial, material, and personnel assets.


Board of Directors

Chairman
The Rt. Rev. Herman Hollerith IV,
Bishop

President
David Hare

President Elect
Bill Hodsden

Vice President
E. Dana Dickens III

Treasurer
Judge Robert B. Edwards

Secretary
Nancy Fortier

Board Members
Jane Schaubach
Joanne Willis
Judith Hare Winslow
William E. Laine, Jr.
Stephie G. Broadwater
John Bates
Deborah Holloway
Lawrence Pitt
Trey Gwaltney

 

Ex Officio
Robert J. Little III
Rev. Connie Gilman

Past Presidents
John B. Edwards
Richard L. Austin, Emeritus
William E. Laine, Jr.