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  • Abyssinian Baptist Church

    Abyssinian Baptist Church

    132 W. 138th St. New York, NY 10030
    212-862-5959 The ABC congregation dates back to 1808, but the current building was not erected until 1923. The other homes for ABC were on Worth St, in the Five Points and on Waverly, in the West Village. The congregation itself has a long history, having had both Adam Clayton Powell Sr. and Jr. as its senior ministers. It is worth a look, especially if you already happen to be down the road at Sylviaas Soul Food. Hours: Sunday services only, 9 & 11am More >>

  • African Medium

    1917 Seventh Avenue Manhattan, NY 10026

  • Corpus Christi Church

    529 W. 121st St. New York, NY 10027

  • Mother AME Zion Church

    140-7 W. 137th St. New York, NY 10030
    212-234-1544 Established in 1796, Mother Zion was the first black church erected in New York State. Originally built as the church for Seneca Village, it moved North when Central Park was built. Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglas worshipped here, and the church's architect, George W. Foster, was one of the first black architects registered in the U.S. More >>

  • Riverside Church/The Interfaith Center

    490 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10027
    212-870-6700 Built to resemble Chartres Cathedral in France, John D. Rockefeller gave significant sums of money and time to this building, which was finally erected in 1931. Martin Luther King Jr. preached here, and Nelson Mandela spoke here, as did other ministerial luminaries. The carillon is the second largest in the world. Hours: Daily 7am-midnight More >>

  • St. Mary's Episcopal Church

    521 W. 126th St. New York, NY 10027

  • St. Philips Church Community Center

    207 W. 133rd St. New York, NY 10030

  • Union Theological Seminary

    Union Theological Seminary

    3041 Broadway & 121st St. New York, NY 10027