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The St. Luke?s Episcopal Church is a historic Carpenter Gothic church located in Cahaba, Alabama. The structure was originally built in 1854, during the town?s antebellum boom years.

The St. Luke?s Episcopal Church served Cahaba?s Episcopalian congregation until after the Civil War, when the decline of the town started to become more and more apparent. In 1878, the structure was dismantled and moved to the village of Martin?s station where it continued serving an Episcopal congregation.

In 2006, some of the Auburn University students dismantled the historic church and moved it back to Cahaba. They placed it not in its original location, but inside the Cahaba State Historic Site, where visitors can find it today, right across the visitor center.
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