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Grace Church, New York City

(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Grace Church offers a full schedule of prayer and Eucharist services throughout the week and is also available for special occasions such as weddings and baptisms. Other services the church provides include a community outreach program, spiritual education classes for adults, and children and youth services.

Grace Church is known for its Choir (est. 1894) and its rich musical program which includes regular organ recitals featuring the music of the great classical composers.
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  • Went to the bookstore, so many times or as you took that morning was too early, or result in rosters. Beautiful spacious garden, because the building was, I wanted to go in is.... Exterior of the building is very beautiful and Nice.
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  • Visited on Christmas Eve. In the children's choir is a beautiful voice sang a hymn. It was an Anglican Church. It was a simple building.
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  • Passed by this church and I stopped to see it and contemplate it. It is really very nice, outside much attention inside and very cute. I recommend going to see it. It was built by the same architect of the Cathedral of St. Patrick.
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  • takes up some valuable real estate and doesn't contribute to our tax base
  • This place needs to become the next Limelight.
  • One of the prettiest Church edifaces in the city. The steeple and glass are very pretty. Not really worth a visit alone, but a nice stop when in the area.
  • Gothic revival in the 19th century. As delicate and precise as Trinity. Love both.
  • I visited this church just once during my stay as foreign student at NYU in July 2013. I enjoyed the message from the sermon but was shocked when the deacon who was shaking hands at the door as persons exited the chapel turned his head and looked the otherway when I approached him. I just stood there for a couple of minutes in complete shock. I am of what would be classified a minority race in the US and can't say for sure if this was an influencial factor in what occured but I have reflected on this experience from time to time since then. As a committed Christian I am a little concerned about the cause of such a reaction. This was my first time to have such a blatant experience.