About Our Church
The beginnings of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church started in 1873 with a small group of people who gathered in one another’s homes to worship Christ.
Though the places we gather have changed a lot since then, one thing that has remained steady is our commitment to sharing the gospel of Christ in a tolerant, loving way that makes everyone who comes through our doors feel safe, welcome and inspired.
Our services, while contemporary, are proudly steeped in Episcopalian tradition, the most important of which is to share the love of Christ – and spread it throughout our parish, our community and into the world.
The history of our parish extends to the late nineteenth century, when parishioners met at one another’s homes to worship. Since then, St. Luke’s has grown to become a foundational, contributing member of the community we serve, having undergone continuous expansions and improvements to help us in our mission of spreading the word and love of Christ.
St. Luke’s church is constructed from limestone and features an English Gothic style designed by prominent Louisville architect, Arthur Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Loomis were very generous to St. Luke’s, both with their dedication and financial commitment to the parish.
St. Luke’s is excited to announce that renovations on Board Hall, as well as the addition of meeting rooms, a new nursery and more will be complete in early 2022.
Check back here for updates.