St. Luke's Episcopal Church | Katonah Westchester County New York
Early evening over the Bear Mountain Bridge

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St. Luke's Episcopal Church


Westchester County

Saint Lukes Tudor Revival town of Bedford Westchester County New York Landmarked National Register 

Historic Places historic community of Katonah St. Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, a Tudor Revival church built in 1921-23, stands like a bow of a ship on a triangular plot facing a fork in the road at the southern entrance to the hamlet of Katonah in the town of Bedford, Westchester County, New York. St. Luke's Episcopal Church is Landmarked by the National Register of Historic Places.

The church was designed by Hobart B. Upjohn, the son of architect Richard M. Upjohn, and grandson of Richard Upjohn, the acclaimed American Church designers. St. Luke's prominent location at the corner of the two main thoroughfares, along with an enormous evergreen that serves as the community christmas tree, have made the church a highly visible landmark and center of activity in the historic community of Katonah.

Location: Katonah

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