Category Archives: Episcopalian

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Built in 1872, the church features one of the largest pipe organs in the state of Illinois. Ceremony Site Information St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 211 S. Peoria Street Dixon, IL 61021 http://www.stlukedixon.org/ Contributing Photographers zrWeddings

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St. Chrysostom’s Church

St. Chrysostom’s Church was founded in 1893. The current church building was enlarged and renovated in the 1920s. Who was St. Chrysostom? St. John Chrysostom, who had the Greek nickname of “golden tongued,” was the Bishop of Constantinople and was one of the Fathers of the Early Church. He was born in about 347 and...

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Saint James Cathedral

St. James Cathedral, founded in 1834, is the oldest Episcopal congregation in Chicago. Located at the corner of Wabash Avenue and Huron Street, in the bustling North Michigan Avenue neighborhood, we are a 400-member parish representing a broad cross section of people. St. James has been the Cathedral for the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago since 1955. The diocese encompasses 41,000 members...

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