Restoration Day Lecture and Luncheon

King Charles II

358th Anniversary of the Restoration of Church and Crown


The Tennessee Chapter of the Society of King Charles the Martyr hosted a lecture in honor of Restoration Day, 29th May 1660, commemorating the restoration of the Church of England and the English Monarchy.

When, Where

Chapter President James Moore discusses his visit to the exhibition on "CHARLES I; KING AND COLLECTOR"

at St. George's Episcopal Church, Nashville.

Restoration Day



Restoration Day is the formal public holiday celebrated in England on May 29th to commemorate the restoration of the  English monarchy and the Anglican Church in May 1660.  The English, Scottish, and Irish monarchies were all restored under Charles II after the interregnum that followed the wars of the three kingdoms.

Feast of Saint Charles 27 Jan 2018

Sermon Preached at the Annual Commemoration Service of the Feast of Saint Charles, King and Martyr, on 27 January 2018 at Trinity Episcopal Church, Clarksville, Tennessee by The Rev'd Roger Senechal.

2018 SKCM-- TN Annual Meeting Homily (pdf)

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