1891 to 1893
Builder / Architect
The Ev. Lukaskirche in Leipzig-Volkmarsdorf has been renovated.
The Lukas Church in Volkmarsdorf cannot be visited.descriptiontype
recessed, five-sided choir with lower, three-sided closed annexes, north tower with broken bell storey and bricked helmet, octagonal stairwells,
Clinker brick building, scenic painted tiles over the entrances,
open roof, pointed triumphal arch, choir with barrel vault, organ (Rühlemann, 1893), modified by Jehmlich (1936 and 1939),Source: architektur-blicklicht.de/kirchen/leipzig-volkmarsdorf-lukaskircheand every Sunday morning (around 10 a.m.) there is a church service with the bell ringing beforehand
July 31, 2021
The Lukaskirche is a Protestant church in the east of Leipzig in the center of the Volkmarsdorf district. The 71 meter high tower, crowned with a pointed helmet, is the landmark of the district that can be seen from afar. The old Lutheran St. Trinity Congregation Leipzig of the SELK has been using the sacred building since 2015.
December 9, 2021
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