Forest Hills’ Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church will hold a candlelight procession to kick off its centennial celebration on Oct. 18.
The church, located at 85 Greenway South, will start the procession at 8 p.m. from Station Square, where Saint Luke’s services were originally held.
Saint Luke’s, which was built in the 13th century English Gothic style, was added to both the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places in 2010.
“Our hearts and doors open wide to all” is the church’s theme for its 100th anniversary service of Evensong, a traditional Episcopal liturgy of sung prayers, hymns and choir offerings from the Church of England.
Organist William Stokes will direct the church’s choir and soloists in Stanford’s “Magnificat” and “Nunc Dimmittis in C Major” during the service.
The church’s renovated church organ, which will be accompanied by trumpet, will perform music by Parry, Guilmant and Boellman.
For more information, call the church at 718-268-6021.