Rough-faced rhyolite walls pierced by lancet windows and a square corner tower with a tall, shingled steeple distinguish this church. Despite additions, St. Luke's, with its mini-buttresses, fine stonework, and stained glass windows, remains a countrified example of an English Gothic Revival chapel.
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St. Luke's Episcopal Church
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