St. Luke's Church

A true gem of Baltimore religious architecture, the handsome Gothic Revival tower of St. Luke’s Church is matched by its richly detailed sanctuary. While architect J.W. Priest oversaw the completion of the building in 1857, five other architects also played some part. Unlike many historic congregations that left the neighborhood, St. Luke’s opened its doors on July 10, 1853 and has kept them open for over 150 years.

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St. Luke's (c. 1900)

St. Luke's (c. 1900)

View of St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church on Carey Street by the Hughes Company. | Source: The Photography Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, P75-54-A178g View File Details Page

Street Address:

217 N. Carey Street, Baltimore, MD 21223 [map]

Official Website:

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Cite this Page:

“St. Luke's Church,” Explore Baltimore Heritage, accessed July 23, 2017, http://explore.baltimoreheritage.org/items/show/289.

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