Sacred Sites Open House: Tour 13 Brooklyn Houses Of Worship

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The New York Landmarks Conservancy is hosting the Sacred Sites Open House from May 18-19, inviting the public to tour 150 churches, mosques, synagogues, temples, and meeting houses across the state, including 13 sites in Brooklyn.

New Utrecht Reformed Church

The Conservancy began hosting the tours of religious facilities in 2011. This year’s theme, “Medieval to Modern: Celebrating New York’s Religious Art and Architecture,” will highlight various historical periods, faith traditions, and religious architectural styles.

Participating congregations will offer lectures, performances, and guided tours. Thirteen sites across Brooklyn will welcome visitors for the event. See the list below and click on the link to learn more about each site. Visit sacredsitesopenhouse.org for more information.

New Utrecht Reformed Church (1828)
8301 18th Avenue, Bensonhurst
Hours:Saturday 2pm to 5pm

The Union Church of Bay Ridge (1896)
7915 Ridge Boulevard, Bay Ridge
Hours: Saturday 10am to 2pm & Sunday 12pm to 3pm

Salem Gospel Tabernacle (Sunset Park Community Church) (1917)
5324 4th Avenue, Sunset Park
Hours: 2pm to 4pm

Beth Shalom v’Emeth Reform Temple (1913)
83 Marlborough Road, Prospect Park South
Hours: Sunday 11am to 4pm

Moslem Mosque Inc. (1885)
106 Powers Street, Williamsburg
Hours: Saturday 11am to 4pm

Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (1860-1862)
85 South Oxford Street, Fort Greene
Hours: Sunday 1pm to 4pm (Gospel Concert at 4pm)

Old First Reformed Church (1891)
729 Carroll Street, Park Slope
Hours: Saturday 10am to 5pm & Sunday 3pm to 6pm

Saint John’s Episcopal Church (1885-1889)
139 St. Johns Place, Park Slope
Hours: Saturday 12pm to 4pm

St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church (Photo: Nathan Haselby)

St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church (1910)
433 Sackett Street, Gowanus/Carroll Gardens
Hours: Saturday 11am to 3pm & Sunday 1pm to 5pm

Grace Church Brooklyn Heights (1847)
254 Hicks Street, Brooklyn Heights
Hours: Sunday 1pm to 4pm

Our Lady of Lebanon Catholic Maronite Cathedral (1844, 1869)
113 Remsen Street, Brooklyn Heights
Hours: Saturday 9:45am to 4pm & Sunday 1pm to 4pm

Plymouth Church (Photo: Zainab Iqbal/Bklyner)

Plymouth Church (1849-1850)
75 Hicks Street, Brooklyn Heights
Hours: Saturday 10am to 3pm

St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church (1847)
157 Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights
Hours: Sunday 9am to 5pm

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