The New York Landmarks Conservancy Kicks-Off Sacred Sites 2023 on May 10th, with Tours Announced for May 20-21st




St. Jean Baptiste Church courtesy The New York Landmarks Conservancy.

The annual Sacred Sites Open House will take place on May 20th and May 21st, with more than 100 houses of worship participating throughout the State of New York. The Event will kick-off with a short presentation about the Sacred Sites program, followed by a reception and tour on May 10th from 6-8pm at St. Jean Baptiste Church, 184 East 76th Street, NYC. RSVP Here.

The New York Landmarks Conservancy is proud to host its Annual Sacred Sites Open House, “Congregations and Communities,” welcoming visitors to explore the extraordinary architecture, art and history of world-class houses of worship, on May 20 & 21, throughout New York State. Participating congregations will showcase their buildings, histories and community programs through lectures, musical performances, and special guided tours. Sacred Sites Open House is a free, state-wide event giving visitors an opportunity to discover New York’s remarkable and diverse religious institutions and view their artistic and historical treasures.

Below, a short video taken last year for Sacred Sites Open House

In addition to Sacred Sites Open House, the Conservancy has planned special events to mark its year-long 50th Anniversary, including “50 at 50” online exhibition which features highlights from the Conservancy’s most iconic, memorable successes.

The entire 2023 list can be found Here.

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