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St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Known as the second oldest church in Cleveland, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church was built by the Craigmile family in loving memory of their daughter Nina. Participating in traditional Anglican worship, this church maintains its exact structure to this day. It is one of the few Oxford Movement gothic churches in the world and the beautiful church campus runs a full city block with the building containing a three-story bell tower. 

www.stlukescleveland.org
320 Broad Street, N.W.
423-476-5541
 
 
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