- At the behest of the Ecclesiological Society, St. Lukes Church was established in the year 1857. You'll find the influence of Gothic architecture in the structure, as the society believed that worship was conducive only in such an environment. The first service began in November 1853. Since then this place has continued to be the venue for Episcopal meetings. If not, the service people do come to admire the beautiful features such as the tower, lancet and rose windows, buttresses and quatrefoil tracery.
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