The Church of St. Luke in the Fields is a lively, inclusive parish located in the heart of New York City's Greenwich Village. We reflect the variety of peoples in our world: different genders, sexual orientations, all forms of families, all abilities and special needs, in every socio-economic grouping, and from many cultures – all one in the body of Christ. St. Luke's is an Episcopal Church, part of the world-wide Anglican Communion, and grounded in the rich Anglo-Catholic liturgical and musical tradition. We believe that as members of the Body of Christ, we are called to ministries of worship, formation, hospitality and witness.
ST. LUKE IN THE FIELDS DEVELOPMENT PLANS
After a long period of examination, the Church of St. Luke in the Fields has determined that redeveloping three sites on their historic block in the West Village is the best path forward to expand the Church’s mission while preserving its commitment to the community.
1. Two additional stories added to the existing St. Luke’s School creating an additional 100 seats in a neighborhood lacking for school seats.
2. A new mission space on the corner of Hudson and Christopher Streets that improves and expands St. Luke’s social programs.
3. A rental building containing affordable housing on the southwest corner of the block (currently a parking lot).
4. Preserves the privately-owned, publicly-accessible open space.
5. High-quality, appropriate design that reflects the character of the Greenwich Village Historic District.
For a detailed fact sheet on the project, please click here
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For press inquiries please see our press release here
To view a PDF of the latest architectural renderings of the redevelopment plan, please click here
For further questions, please contact St. Luke’s Communication Coordinator, Anna Calabrese, at 212-414-7742 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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