St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is a historic Carpenter Gothic–style Episcopal church building located at 219 Chunns Cove Road, in the Chunn's Cove neighborhood of Asheville, North Carolina. Built in 1894, at a cost of $728, St. Luke’s was designed by E. J. Armstrong, a member of the congregation. Its first service was held September 17, 1894. On September 30, 1997, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places. In 1847, the Reverend Jarvis Buxton came to Asheville, then a community of about 800 people, to become the Rector of Trinity Church. A missionary-minded priest, the Rev. Buxton was responsible for beginning the work of the Episcopal Church in Chunns Cove, Beaverdam, West Asheville, and Waynesville. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church was designed by E. J. Armstrong, a member of the congregation, and it was constructed in 1894, at a cost of $728. The first service was held on September 17, 1894. More information...

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