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St. Luke’s church finds a new home in Halfmoon

Though it looks like and serves like a church right now, the new St. Luke's Episcopal Church, which has relocated to Halfmoon from its original Mechanicville site, will actually serve in the future as a community center when an adjacent chapel is eventually constructed.
Photographer: Bruce Squiers
Though it looks like and serves like a church right now, the new St. Luke's Episcopal Church, which has relocated to Halfmoon from its original Mechanicville site, will actually serve in the future as a community center when an adjacent chapel is eventually constructed.
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church finally has a new home, more than six years after it stopped using its old one, a stone church that was built in 1898 in downtown Mechanicville. The new church on McBride Road in Halfmoon is about a mile from the city, in a once-rural area now turning suburban. The Rev. Frederick Leach, vicar of St. Luke’s, said he hopes those new housing developments will provide new members for his congregation. ...

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