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Established in 1765 as a stockade church, without a congregation since 1930, Old St. Luke’s has served the community as a religious institution and gathering place for 249 years. This site is historically connected to the French & Indian War, the Revolutionary War, and the Whiskey Rebellion.
Old Saint Luke’s is a member of the Pennsylvania Federation of Museums and Historical Organizations, Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, An Affiliate of the Senator John Heinz History Center and the Scott Township Conservancy.
Old St. Luke’s receives no State nor Federal funding and since 1930 has had no congregation to support it. We rely upon Friends, like you, to help keep its history alive. Your contributions may be tax deductible.
Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy ancestors have set.