Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church’s building was dedicated at its current location in 1963. By virtue of the vision and generosity of our parishioners, our church building was completely renovated in 1994, with the entire cost of $6.5 million paid by 1999. We improved our parking lots and added 10,000 square feet of space to our facility, while improving our sound, lighting, and air conditioning systems in our spacious sanctuary, chapel and nave, which together seat over 650 people. We enlarged and modernized the kitchen and provided new furnishings. Our organ, refurbished during the renovation, is one of the last organs created by the late Walter Holtkamp, Sr.

The clergy and staff occupy 18 offices on the second floor. Classrooms, multiple vesting areas, Level I and II Atria, and the choir room complete the second story. The ground floor houses our Saint Luke’s Day School classrooms and offices, and is adjacent to two playgrounds.

Graham Hall, with a full service kitchen attached, seats over 300 people and is used primarily for Sunday morning breakfast and our Wednesday night supper and programs. The building frames an outdoor courtyard that is used for social gatherings. Outside the chapel, a peaceful garden columbarium reminds us of all those saints of God who have come before us.

In addition to serving our parish, we are proud to allow various community programs to use our facilities for their meetings: Alcoholics Anonymous and Boy Scouts all meet weekly, while local residents use the building as a voting precinct.