The New York Landmarks Conservancy is proud to host its 12th Annual Sacred Sites Open House: “Open Doors,” welcoming visitors in person once again to New York’s world-class houses of worship, on July 23 & 24, 2022, throughout New York State.
Participating congregations will have the opportunity to showcase their buildings and histories via lectures, musical performances, and special guided tours, as well as highlight a variety of cultural and social service programs offered throughout the year.
During Sacred Sites Open House, hundreds of New York’s most amazing religious institutions will open their doors to the public, giving visitors a glimpse inside the artistic, architectural and historic treasures found in these houses of worship.
Harlem Congregations participating in Sacred Sites Open House include
- Abyssinian Baptist Church
- Mt. Zion Lutheran Church
- Church of St. Edward the Martyr
- St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
- St. Mary’s Harlem
For more information about New York Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites Open House, visit HERE.
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Sacred Sites Open House
Adirondack Architectural Heritage, AIA NY Historic Buildings Committee, American Guild of Organists (Brooklyn), Art Deco Society of New York, Cooperstown Summer Music Festival, East Village Community Coalition, Evergreene Architectural Arts, Explore Buffalo, Faith & Form, Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts, Greenwich Village Society, Historic Albany Foundation, Historic Districts Council, Historic Ithaca, Landmark Society of Western New York, Landmark West!, Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy, Lower East Side Preservation Initiative, Otsego 2000, Preservation Association of Central New York, Preservation Association of the Southern Tier, Preservation Buffalo Niagara, Preservation Long Island, Queens Historical Society, West End Preservation Society.
Photo credit: 1) St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. 2) St. Mary’s Harlem.