If you are in Charleston, St. Lukes Chapel is a historic place that you must visit. Originally built between 1825 and 1832 as a part of Federal arsenal, this non-denominational chapel is now possessed by the Medical University of South Carolina. The turn-of-the-century interiors, the exquisitely designed kneeling bench and the Margaret S. Metcalf tracker organ, have their own story to tell. Apart from its significance in history, this church also is a prominent venue for religious ceremonies, memorial services and other diverse events. Visit this church to worship God or plan an event here, this church meets all the needs.