Places tagged Place of worship

Place Name Neighborhood Borough
770 Eastern Parkway Crown Heights Brooklyn Nerve center of the Chabad Lubavitch Chassidic community
Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Sunset Park Brooklyn Striking church run by the Redemptorist Fathers
Bay Ridge United Methodist (Green) Church (site of) Bay Ridge Brooklyn 108-year-old stone church, now demolished
Beth Ahavath Sholom, a.k.a. The Temple (site of) Bath Beach Brooklyn Former synagogue that hosted punk rock concerts in its basement
Black Madonna Chapel & Phoenix Bar East Village Manhattan Storefront chapel to the Black Madonna, now Phoenix Bar
Bridge Street AWME Church Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn The oldest African-American congregation in Brooklyn
Cathedral of St. John the Divine Morningside Heights Manhattan Seat of the Bishop of Episcopal Diocese of New York, cultural center and architectural wonder
Christ Church New Brighton New Brighton Staten Island First Episcopal congregation of Staten Island
Church of the Intercession Washington Heights Manhattan Church founded by J.J. Audubon and designed by Bertram Goodhue
Church of the Resurrection (site of) East Harlem Manhattan Ministry that led the revitalization of the Metro North Community area
Church of the Transfiguration Murray Hill Manhattan The Little Church Around the Corner
Church of the Transfiguration, Chinatown Chinatown Manhattan Catholic church in Chinatown offering services in English, Cantonese and Mandarin
Church of the Visitation Red Hook Brooklyn Gothic church building built in 1896
Community Church of Douglaston Douglaston Queens A quintessential neighborhood church
Concord Baptist Church Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn One of Brooklyn's largest African-American congregations
Congregation Beth Elohim Park Slope Brooklyn One of Brooklyn's oldest synagogues, where the Old and the New Worlds meet
Congregation Ohab Zedek Building (site of) Central Harlem Manhattan Once home to one of the largest and most influential Jewish congregations
Congregation Shaare Zion Gravesend Brooklyn Orthodox Synagogue serving Syrian Jewish community from Aleppo
Cuyler Presbyterian Church (former) Boerum Hill Brooklyn A center for Mohawk life in New York
Dergah al-Farah Tribeca Manhattan Sufi dergah (community center) founded in 1985
Eldridge Street Synagogue Chinatown Manhattan First great synagogue constructed by Eastern European Jews in U.S.
Elmendorf Reformed Church East Harlem Manhattan Historic church and African burial ground
First Church of Christ, Scientist (former) Upper West Side Manhattan Former church building designed by Carrere and Hastings in the Neo-Georgian style
First Sharon Baptist Church (formerly First United Presbyterian Church) East Harlem Manhattan Congregation formerly led by a Socialist leader and five-time presidential candidate
First Spanish United Methodist Church East Harlem Manhattan The center of a political movement, known as "the people's church"
Fordham Manor Reformed Church Fordham Bronx One of the first ministries in the Bronx, chartered in 1696
Friends Fifteenth Street Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends Gramercy Manhattan Quaker Meeting House in Manhattan
General Theological Seminary Chelsea Manhattan An Episcopal educational institution
Hindu Temple Society of North America Downtown Flushing Queens A major center for the Hindu community
Iglesia Luterana Sion East Harlem Manhattan Lutheran church used by German-American and Hispanic communities (formerly St. Johannes Kirche Lutheran Church)
Judson Memorial Church Greenwich Village Manhattan Church that fosters the arts community
Kehila Kedosha Janina Synagogue Chinatown Manhattan Greek Jewish synagogue on the National Register of Historic Places
Kehilath Jeshurun Yorkville Manhattan Orthodox synagogue founded in 1872 and in its present building since 1902
Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church Fort Greene Brooklyn Church notable for its efforts in the anti-slavery movement, supporting women in the ministry, and on behalf of working people and immigrants
Lisanti Chapel Williamsbridge Bronx Religious building designed in Italian-American style
Mariners' Temple Baptist Church Lower East Side Manhattan Influential Baptist congregation
Mary Help of Christians Church East Village Manhattan East Village church established by the Salesian order
Masjid Abdul-Muhsi Khalifah Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Mosque central to community life
Masjid At-Taqwa Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Storefront mosque with a large and diverse congregation
New Brown Memorial Baptist Church Red Hook Brooklyn An enduring center of religious life
New Utrecht Reformed Church Bensonhurst Brooklyn Reformed Church serving Brooklyn since 1677
Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Bernard's Church Greenwich Village Manhattan A Greenwich Village church, formerly Church of St. Bernard
Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, St. Lucy's Bronxdale Bronx Pilgrimage site at Roman Catholic Church
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Grotto Rosebank Staten Island The city's most elaborate yard shrine
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Monastery (former) Crown Heights Brooklyn Home of Catholic nuns since 1909
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel RC Church East Harlem Manhattan One of the earliest Italian parishes, now with multiethnic congregation
Our Lady of Vilnius Roman Catholic Church West Village Manhattan Surviving church of Lithuanian immigrant community
Riverside Church Morningside Heights Manhattan Religious, cultural and educational institution
Russian Orthodox Church Bensonhurst Brooklyn A neighborhood institution for the Russian Orthodox community of Bensonhurst
Saint Mark's Lutheran Evangelical Church (site of) East Village Manhattan Church whose congregants perished in one of New York's great tragedies