Another one of the many famous churches in New York, where many rich and famous got married in. The church is very old and has a nice architecture. The organ inside is very beautiful.
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We attended a presentation of "Frederick Douglass - The Making of an American Prophet," a new musical by the great Marcus Hummon. What a wonderful environment to see such a historic piece of literature. Great sound. The pews, the altar, the HUGE organ all combine...More
I tried to visit on a weekday. Was interested in this church as I am a fan of Norman Vincent Peale ( nice statue outside of Norman). Front door closed. Went to side entrance and approached office counter. They seem surprised someone was entering. They...More
I went there for a tour after their services. They usually have a tour once a month, check the website. It is one of the oldest congregations dating back to the 1600's although this church location was built in the 1800's. Seems progressive.
My wife and I attended services, and we were extremely impressed with everyone there! It is, I believe the oldest church in America and where Norman Vincent Peale pastored for 52 years! The architecture is as beautiful as its members!
I went to Marble Collegiate for the Christmas Eve service. The sermon was excellent - thought provoking and yet with the common touch. But most amazing was the music - some wonderful more modern works in combination with old favorites, beautifully performed by a small...More
Our son and fiancé got married in this church recently. What a wonderful experience! Location was great, staff excellent and the brand new organ was magnificent.
I adore Stained glass and made a special trip to see this church, when we got there it was closed for renovations. We spoke to the person at the desk, who took us on a tour, pointed out the Tiffany glass and took our photos....More
This is another small NYC church which may be worth a quick visit if you happen to be in the vicinity. Probably not worth making a special effort to visit, but is nice enough to see.
Marble Collegiate remains my church home even though I moved from NYC in 2007. Their services are streamed online and that keeps me connected. I continue to tithe there and will always remain a member. It is where I belong. Miles and distance away does...More