ST. LUCAS CEMETERY
Burials, memorials and services have continued at St. Lucas since 1880 with more than 2,700 interments dotting the beautifully landscaped grounds and tree-lined roadways. This historic place is the final resting place to a diverse group of people: from paupers to judges, to veterans serving in the Civil War through the Vietnam War. Monuments and markers are as varied as the people who are buried here. Simple marble slabs, to the giant "Woodsman of the World" tree monument, to the most modern and polished granite headstones adorn this place of beauty.
St. Lucas is an Endowed, Perpetual Care Cemetery and regulated by the State of Missouri Office of Endowed Care Cemeteries. A percentage of every lot sale is placed in a trust fund to assure the purchasers of those lots that the funds will be available to maintain this park-like setting for many, many years.
Our Cemetery Board works with dedicated volunteers as well as the church office staff to assure you of prompt attention and specialized care. This Endowed Care Cemetery is Non-Sectarian and offers competitive rates for both lot purchases as well as interments. We are a member of the Associated Cemeteries of Missouri.
Located in South St. Louis County, our cemetery is one mile from the Gravois Road/Interstate 270 intersection. You will find it on Denny Road between Lindbergh Boulevard to the West and Sappington Road to the East. This non-gated cemetery surrounds the St. Lucas Church grounds and is available for visitation daily.