St Luke's Episcopal Church
St Luke's Episcopal Church is a congregation of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama located at 3736 Montrose Road near Crestline Village in Mountain Brook. The congregation held its first service on Easter Sunday 1949. Its distinctive worship space as designed by Nelson Smith and completed in 1961. Its interior features concrete catenary arches while its walls are red brick with Georgian revival windows.
The church has often hosted diocesan events. It was to be the site of the June 2020 consecration of Glenda Curry as bishop until attendance at the service had to be dramatically reduced due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Schnorrenberg, John M. (2000) Aspiration: Birmingham's Historic House of Worship. Birmingham: Birmingham Historical Society ISBN 0943994268
- Williams, Emily (April 16, 2019) "Faith Then and Now: St. Luke’s Stations of the Cross Combines Traditional Faith with Birmingham’s Civil Rights History" Over the Mountain Journal
- Bains, David R. (July 19, 2021) "Church Schisms in Birmingham, Alabama" Chasing Churches
- Saint Luke's Episcopal Church website