St. Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Luke's Episcopal Church
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Building Information

Building Information: 
The first service at the present structure was held on September 8, 1867. The Racine cream yellow brick building is an excellent example of English Gothic Revival style. The most identifiable feature is its spire and clock; hung in the tower are nine bells that ring every quarter hour. The building sits at an angle to the main structure due to the streets being askew which allows the front door to be visible from all four street corners. Other notable features include the large 'rose window' facing Main St. and the cloistered walk that frames the memorial garden.

Visitor Experience

Visitor Experience: 
Tours of the historic building, display of historic photographs and liturgical capes. Garden art made in Haiti and Haitian-grown ground coffee will be offered for sale. All receipts are in support of the Haiti Project. Members of St. Luke's support seven school children in Jeanette, Haiti.

Address:

614 Main St.
Racine, WI 53403
262-634-5529
http://www.stlukesracine.com

 

Hours:

Hours: 
10 AM - 3PM

Event Permissions:

Photography Permitted: 
Photography Permitted
Filming Permitted: 
Filming Permitted

Building Accessibility:

Accessibilty: 
Only First/Main Floor accessible to persons with disabilities

Restroom Availability:

Restrooms: 
Restrooms will not be available for visitors
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