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  early churches of New Jersey

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St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Montclair, Essex County



St. Luke's is a very large complex, consisting of at least two churchly buildings, both in the same style and materials, connected by a delightful link that seems to come straight from medieval England. This is a later nineteenth century building—mostly Gothic in flavor, but with some Romanesque touches like the shallow roof on the entry tower pictured here.

 

 

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