This is St. Luke's Episcopal Church in the small city of Anchorage just outside Louisville, Kentucky. It was founded in 1873 and sanctuary built in 1903.
Since Sally and Beth started the InSPIREd meme, I have been particularly interested in the wonderful Episcopal churches found in the Louisville area. Many of them are historical and most have a lot in common. Just this afternoon a friend drove me around town so I could take photos of Episcopal churches. In most of them, old or new, I found the traditional red doors which symbolize that all who enter will find sanctuary and safety of body and spirit. Each had a prominent cornerstone with different inscriptions. Most were Gothic architecture, using the stone building material that would have been used for the Anglican churches of England, of which Episcopal churches are affiliated.
It was hard to be selective with photos of St. Luke's--a small church, but rich in detail. So, I've tried to show you some of the most interesting and beautiful angles (click on the collages to enlarge):
Clockwise from upper left - full view of church with bell tower, roof line of church and attached gate house, the Episcopal red doors to the sanctuary, front stained glass window depicting St. Luke
Left to right - side view of Gothic bell tower and front entrance, closeup of stone wall with nandina berries, the church cornerstone on bell tower