St. Luke’s Church – Catskill
St. Luke’s, Catskill, has the honor of being the first church in Catskill, New York. The church was incorporated on October 24, 1801, but there are references to a congregation meeting several years before that date, when the “Circuit Preacher” visited the area. In 1803, Trinity Church in Manhattan donated the seed money of two thousand dollars to build a church. St. Luke’s is one of the many “daughter churches” of Trinity. St. Luke’s is a traditional village church serving the mid-Hudson region meeting God in beautiful reverent worship, thoughtful inspiring teaching, warm authentic community and loving servants to our neighbors both near and far. A place to find and be found by God.