This week on social media...
It has been a busy week behind the scenes at the King's Chapel History Program, as staff have been preparing our first online exhibit, debuting tomorrow.
Visit our Instagram and Facebook pages to read the final installment in March's "Women's History Month" series and the latest two posts in the "Medical Professionals at King's Chapel" series, which continues into April.
The History Program's latest social media post in the "Queen's Chapel: Women's History Month" series, featuring notable women throughout the church's 334-year history, was posted on March 25. This post features the story of Dorothea Foote Merriman, who helped transform King's Chapel's membership and pew ownership system 100 years ago.
Click on the social media icons below to read the full post.
The King's Chapel History Program's annual Women's History Month programming, which includes special guided tours and interpretive booklets, was cut short by our need to close the historic site temporarily to support the health of our staff, visitors, and community. Despite the current History Program closure, we are making our Queen's Chapel interpretation, exploring three centuries of women at King's Chapel, available online until the end of March in the form of an online exhibit.
Click on the image below to visit the Queen's Chapel online exhibit page.
King's Chapel History Program
Dive deeper into King's Chapel's 337 year history on the History Program blog.
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