by Katie Barnard
Throughout St. Luke’s 190 years, the parish has strived to serve Greenwich Village and the greater city of New York. From assisting the dockworkers of the early 20th century, to providing a place of refuge for HIV/AIDS victims in the 1980s, The Church of St. Luke in the Fields has not only been a spectator to the rich history of Greenwich Village, but it has also been an advocate for the marginalized. This exhibit interprets the history of St. Luke in the Fields and its historic leaders through the lens of its assistance and support to its community, Greenwich Village.
To see the exhibit, go to: http://aphdigital.org/GVH/exhibits/show/stlukeinthefields