The St Luke's Church is a Church of Largonia church in Jamestown, the capital of Largonia. It is an active Anglican church, dedicated to Saint Luke in the western part of the city. The church is built between 1902 and 1903 and is designed by John Douglas, an English architect. The church caught fire in 1989 and was rebuilt in 1994 in original form and with the same materials. There are some graves around the church but the dead people are buried now at St Luke's Cemetery, the second cemetery of the city after Jamestown Cemetery.