St Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church
1730 to Present
Organized c. 1730, the German Lutheran Congregation at Heidelberg, now St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran, built its impressive limestone church in 1765; they enlarged and extensively remodeled the building in 1884. The adjacent brick Miller Chapel dates to 1933; it replaced an earlier structure that served as a Union Sunday school. Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, patriarch of the Lutheran Church in America, and his son, Frederick Augustus Conrad Muhlenberg, were among the early pastors who ministered to the congregation.
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