Schedule: Monday - Friday
8:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
12:05 p.m. Holy Eucharist.
5:15 pm Evening Prayer
9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Schedule: 7:00 a.m - 6:00 p.m. Weekdays
8:00 a.m- 4:00 p.m. Saturdays
7:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. Sundays
Between the skyscrapers of New York, you can find Trinity Church, considered architectural heritage of the city, it was the first Episcopal Church in New York, in 1846 was held the congregation of this church neogothic style, retaining its presence until our days.
Every Sunday the choir sings in the church service at 11:15 am and on special dates the organ is used.
The schedule to visit the Cemetery is:
07:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Weekdays
08:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Saturday and holidays
07:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Sundays
There’s a small museum inside the temple which history is shown from its beginnings until the present days and the exhibitions are rotated throughout the year, it also has a nearby cemetery, where important characters with great figures of history are resting in peace including a memorial dedicated to the martyrs of the American Revolution and Robert Fulton, inventor of the steamboat.
The table breaks located at the church’s entrance and has become in one of the favorite places for the businessmen from Wall Street to take a break during lunch.
Schedule: Every day from 6:30 am. to 8:45 pm
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Eucharist in Spanish
The St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York is the largest Catholic cathedral in North America, is located between the streets 50 and 51 with the famous Fifth Avenue, directly across from Rockefeller Center, it is a contrast find this cathedral of Gothic style in the middle of modern buildings and skyscrapers.
Beautiful bronze doors are on 5th Avenue, in a special altar dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe. The choir organ installed in 1928 and has 3,920 tubes and the Grand Gallery installed in 1930, has 5,918 tubes.
The Stations of the “viacrucis” won a prize in the Word Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 and La Piedad found in the cathedral is three times higher than the Vatican.
It has capacity for 2,200 people.
The Church offers guided tours to see the architecture, history and the religious spirit of the Cathedral, tours are free and donations are accepted, only made for groups of more than 10 persons, you should make an appointment at + 1-212- 355-.2749 ext.829
If you want to light a candle the fee is $ 2. There is a small gift shop with religious and mail pieces within the church and a larger Street to the junction 51, the entrance to the cathedral is free.
St Pauls Chapel It is a small chapel without denomination within a landscaped garden area to one of the best architectural spaces on the campus of the University of Columbia, just east of Low Memorial Library. Designed as a gift from Olivia and Caroline Stokes, in memory of James Stokes and his wife Caroline Phelps Built in Byzantine style with elements of detail Italian Renaissance, the Church bears the inscription: 'For the Church of God.' a building of brick with limestone, the building is highlighted with terracotta and bronze ornamental carefully integrated in a harmonious design ecclesiastical. You can be delighted to hear the sacred music outside of a context of worship. Hours of the Chapel of San Pablo runs Monday to Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Schedule: Sunday to Thursday 10am to 5pm
Friday 10am to 3pm
It is one of the first synagogues in the United States. In December 2007 the Museum completed the restoration; it was a 20-year, $18.5 million effort. Today the Eldridge Street Synagogue is home to the Museum at Eldridge Street, which welcomes people from around the world for tours relating the American Jewish history, school programs, concerts, lectures, festivals and other cultural events, in which we will see artifacts, documents, vintage clothing and wonderful architecture.
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Collections: The museum is organized in three groups: Beyond the Façade (focuses on elements of our landmark home), Ways We Worship (religious objects, personal items used by congregants during prayer) and From Ellis to Eldridge (material relating to the immigrant men and women who came together to form the synagogue’s congregation).
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Was sent to build by the Episcopal Diocese of New York, the construction started in 1892, as "home of prayer for all nations", and was intended to compete with European cathedrals. Under the orders of the Heins architects and La Farge in Byzantine style/romanesque, designed with solid granite columns that surround the high altar, as well as the barrel vaulted ceilings of tiles. The nave of the Cathedral is a triumph of the architecture of the Renaissance neo-gothic or gothic, the favorite of their designer, Ralph Adams Cram; The window images are deliberately medieval style and composition (the majority of the windows was designed in the 1920s, but the manufacture and installation lasted until the decade of 1950). The interior of the cathedral consists of fourteen vaults that symbolize the different vocations spiritual and earthly man; we can highlight two tapestries of Gobelin tapestries dating back to XVII century. On the outside, the garden was located and the Biblical source of peace, which illustrates the struggle between good and evil, embodied by the Archangel Michael and Satan. The giant crab symbolizes the sea and the origins of life, and the double helix of DNA stand, chain of the genetic code. Also is decorated by 60 figurines of animals of bronze that come from child labor convened through competition. This unfinished building has been claimed as the largest cathedral of the world. It is realistic to maintain aspirations so high when their sources of funding are the magnates such as JP Morgan and characters such as the Grand Master of masons of the state of New York. The completion of the cathedral was an achievement very appreciated by the masons that appeared on the cover of 'Masonic' world on March 1925. It is currently the seat of the Archbishopric of the episcopal church in New York. The hours in which they can attend the temple runs Monday to Saturday: 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 PM and Sundays: 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Riverside Church Located on the Upper West Side, on the edge of the communities of the city of New York and Harlem Morningside. Its Gothic tower stands as a beacon to the world and continues to bring people with very different perspectives between if. Riverside Church has always been a place of progress and of protest, with great ideals. From the beginning, when it first opened its doors with the support of the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in 1930.The parish is considered confessional e interracial and is characterized by his progressive ideas, this church is known for its activism and commitment to the community, almost as much as for its height. The Riverside Church is 100 meters wide and covers two blocks from the city, the tower has a height of 392 meters, is the first of its kind to serve a functional purpose. The windows show events, miracles and parables of Christ's life.