Panorama of the Sanctuary at Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Portland, Maine

The Cathedral Church of St. Luke in Portland, Maine is a new addition to the Sacred Spaces of New England project. Formed in 1851, the Cathedral Church of St. Luke was chosen to be the cathedral church for the Episcopal Diocese of Maine in 1866. Its current structure, built in the Gothic Revival style, was designed by Charles Coolidge Haight and completed in 1868.

If you would like to learn more about the church, please visit the Cathedral Church of St. Luke’s entry on the Sacred Spaces of New England website.

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