Diocese of Southern Virginia The Diocese of Southern Virginia is comprised of 115 parishes and more than 170 clergy.
Cursillo in the Diocese of Southern Virginia Cursillo is Spanish, meaning short course, and is often associated with a 3-Day weekend—which is only one aspect of the Cursillo Movement.
Sundays at Four An afternoon of fine chamber music presented in an intimate setting.
The Episcopal Community of Daughters of the King The Order of the Daughters of the King is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the Historic Episcopate. The Order was founded in 1885 by Margaret J. Franklin at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in New York City.
Prayer Shawl Ministry In 1998, Janet Bristow and Victoria Galo, two graduates of the 1997 Women's Leadership Institute at The Hartford Seminary in Hartford, Connecticut gave birth to a ministry as a result of their experience in this program of applied Feminist Spirituality under the direction of Professor Miriam Therese Winter, MMS
Camp Chanco Camp Chanco is a residential camping experience for boys and girls 8-18 years old as an outdoor, age-appropriate program of the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia. It offers young people an enjoyable camping experience in a beautiful outdoor setting within a supportive, fun, loving community.
St. Luke's Church Amid stately oaks south of the James River in Virginia stands a handsome brick Gothic church which has stood vigil over the community of Isle of Wight County through almost 400 years of conflict, peace, despair and prosperity. Traditionally, Historic St. Luke’s Church, formerly called the Old Brick Church, was founded in 1632 as a beacon, a fortress, a mission, and a gathering place for colonists facing unbearable hardship in the early days of the colonies.
The Episcopal Church and Visual Arts The mission of The Episcopal Church and Visual Arts (ECVA) is to encourage artists, individuals, congregations, and scholars to engage the visual arts in the spiritual life of the church. ECVA values the significance of visual imagery in spiritual formation and the development of faith, and creates programs to support those who are engaged in using the visual arts in spiritual life