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Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church

Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church Review

When two of Roxbury's churches were destroyed—one in a windstorm, the other by fire—Jay Gould offered to foot the bill to rebuild. The result was this church, built in 1893 at the edge of Kirkside Park under the direction of Henry Hardenburgh, architect of New York City's Dakota apartment building. Constructed of St. Lawrence limestone, the church has had only minor restoration work over the years. It has two stained-glass windows by Tiffany and two others by the Maitland Armstrong Co.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 53738 Main St., Roxbury, NY | Map It
  • Phone: 607/326–7101
  • Cost: Free
  • Hours: Early June–Labor Day, Sun. 10–11; rest of yr., Sun. 10:30–11:30
  • Location: Roxbury

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