Religious Sites in New York City

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Religious Sites in New York City

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Abyssinian Baptist Church
This 1923 Gothic-style church holds one of Harlem's richest legacies...
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Canaan Baptist Church of Christ
The heavenly gospel music during Rev. Dr. Thomas D. Johnson Jr.'s...
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
The largest Gothic-style cathedral in the world, even with its...
Religious Sites Upper West Side
 
First Corinthian Baptist Church
One of the most ornate structures in Harlem, this church kicked...
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Mahayana Buddhist Temple
This pleasant and bright Buddhist temple is at a very busy corner...
Religious Sites Chinatown
 
Masjid Malcolm Shabazz
Talk about religious conversions. In the mid-'60s, the Lenox...
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Museum at Eldridge Street
The exterior of this Orthodox synagogue, the first to be built...
Religious Sites Lower East Side
 
Plymouth Church
Built in 1849, this Protestant Congregational church was a center...
Religious Sites Downtown Brooklyn
 
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
This charming 1799 fieldstone country church, which is Episcopalian...
Religious Sites East Village
 
St. Patrick's Cathedral
This Gothic edifice—the largest Catholic cathedral in the United...
Religious Sites Midtown East
 
St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
If you've watched The Godfather, you've peeked inside New York's...
Religious Sites NoLIta
 
St. Paul's Chapel
For more than a year after the World Trade Center attacks, the...
Religious Sites Financial District
 
Trinity Wall Street Church
Alexander Hamilton is buried under a white-stone pyramid in this...
Religious Sites Financial District
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