St. Luke’s Episcopal Church of Seaford will hold its 2023 Community ART Awareness Event on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. 

The venue is at the St. Luke’s Parish Hall, located at King and North Streets in Seaford, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event is free to the public.

Local artists include students from Seaford High School, author Ken Hesterberg, craftsperson Bethany Hurlock, members of the Gallery 107 Nanticoke River Arts Council, and others. Their works will be available for sale.

Local historian Sue Bramhall will be on site to provide information and guided tours of the church building and graveyard.

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is the oldest existing church in the city of Seaford, dating from 1843. The church was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.

St. Luke’s graveyard is the resting place of Delaware Governor William Ross and his family. A historical marker for Gov. Ross’ gravesite was erected by the Delaware Public Archives in 2006.

In addition to Governor Ross and his family, others significant to the histories of Seaford, and to the War of 1812, rest in the graveyard.

For information, contact Nancy Harper by email at