A big thank you to the clergy, lay leaders, and historians who helped host our Virtual Sacred Sites Open House Tour. Thanks also to the 300 of you who registered. Many of you have shared your appreciation for this unique opportunity to learn about multiple houses of worship from throughout the city and state.
If you missed it, or would like to view it again, here’s a link to the recording, and the passcode for accessing it: $bg4pPZd
Click here for more information about each of the highlighted sites, including links to their websites and Facebook pages. They welcome you to join them for a digital service or program.
We sponsor Sacred Sites Open House so more people will understand why our Sacred Sites grants are a signature program of the Landmarks Conservancy. We are proud to be the only statewide program of its kind offering financial and technical help to historic religious institutions. This work is now more important than ever as we help New York get back on her feet, so we appreciate your interest and support.
With best wishes,
We are grateful to this year’s Sacred Sites Open House sponsors: Acheson Doyle Partners Architects, Adirondack Architectural Heritage, AIA NY Historic Buildings Committee, Albany Synod, Reformed Church in America, American Guild of Organists / Brooklyn Chapter, Art Deco Society of New York, Corona East Elmhurst Historic Preservation Society, East Village Community Coalition, Episcopal Diocese of New York, Episcopal Diocese of Rochester, Episcopal Dioceses of Western New York & Northwestern Pennsylvania, EverGreene Architectural Arts, Explore Buffalo, Faith & Form, Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts, Historic Albany Foundation, Historic Districts Council, Historic Ithaca, The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, Landmark Society of Western New York, Landmark West!, Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy, Lower East Side Preservation Initiative, New York Conference, United Church of Christ, New York State Council of Churches, Otsego 2000, Presbytery of Geneva, Preservation Association of Central New York, Preservation Association of the Southern Tier, Preservation Buffalo Niagara, Preservation League of Staten Island, Preservation Long Island, Queens Historical Society, Village Preservation, West End Preservation Society