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Historic St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a sanctuary and banquet hall wedding venue located in the Treme neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana. Only a short drive from the French Quarter, this venue welcomes couples of all walks of life to join in matrimony in its sanctuary. The church was inspired by the evangelist, St. Luke, and hopes to embody the teachings of the Gospel writer through community, love, and spirit. We are an affirming church that celebrates marriage equality!
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Historic St. Luke's Episcopal Church welcomes couples and up to 200 guests to celebrate their loving union on the day. Say "I do" in the beautiful sanctuary, fitted with double-height, curved ceilings, stained glass windows, and suspended chandeliers. Ambient LED lights dotted along the roof make for a romantic and warm setting. After the ceremony, couples and their friends and family can gather in the next-door event hall for a tipple, light bite, and a sit-down meal. There are ample photo opportunities available on-site, particularly at the building's front complete with red-brick walls, solid oak doors, and additional ornate features.
Historic St. Luke's Episcopal Church offers many services for couples before and during the wedding celebrations. Ahead of the event, the priest (pastor/minister) arranges to meet with the pair-of-honor to discuss ceremonial details and answer any questions they might have. The priest looks forward to getting to know every couple and will organize pre-marital counseling sessions to ease any pre-wedding jitters. On the day, couples have access to a getting ready room, and there is available parking on-site to accommodate guests arriving for the occasion.
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Reverend Jane-Allison E. Wiggin is the Priest-in-Charge at St. Luke's. In the Episcopal Church, priests are often reffered to as "Mother" or "Father".
Mother Jane-Allison, a native of South Carolina, has lived in New Orleans for 6 years. She is passionate about marriage equality, social justice, and sharing the beauty and welcoming nature of the Episcopal Church.
Mother Jane-Allison offers pastoral care, premarital counseling, and in person/virtual wedding planning for couples.
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