Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns 42 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 Continuing the tradition of the Old Dutch Church, the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns has been operating since 1697.…More In 1851, the church split into two congregations and in 1991, the two congregations reunited as the Reformed Church. Today, the Protestant church continues to serve the population of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow in the iconic Town Clock Church on Broadway. The congregation also holds weddings, summer services, holiday services and special events in the historic Old Dutch Church. Its pastor is Reverend Jeffrey Gargano.
Christ Episcopal Church 43 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Christ Episcopal Church first took root in 1836 with retired book-seller and devout Episcopalian Nathaniel Holmes.…More Today, the church is a vibrant community situated in the heart of Tarrytown. The congregation meets in an ivy-covered red brick building which was built in 1837. The church is renowned for its dramatic architecture, stained glass windows and pipe organ. In 1993, the church marked the beginning of the San Marcos Mission, a program that holds services in Spanish. Christ Episcopal Church offers nursery care, youth services and hosts a popular chili cook-off each year. Susan Copley is the rector at the church.
Foster Memorial AME Zion Church 90 Wildey St, Tarrytown, NY10591 This church was founded in 1860 to support the spiritual needs of the Tarrytown African American community. The church…More served an important role in the Underground Railroad and continued to serve as a center for African Americans arriving form the South during and after the Civil War. In 1864 the congregation built a church on Wildey Street. It is named after Amanda Foster, one of the founders of the congregation who is considered the mother of the church. The Pastor is Reverend Paul Smith.
New Hope Institutional Baptist Church 80 Central Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 The New Hope Institutional Baptist Church takes pride in its ability to transform its followers. Through celebration…More worship, God's word is strongly communicated by members of the church. Aside from offering worship and prayer, the Church also offers a Sunday school program. In addition, it offers a bible study program on Wednesday at 8pm.
Old Dutch Church and Burying Ground of Sleepy Hollow 430 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Old Dutch Church and adjacent three acre graveyard are owned by the Reformed Church of Tarrytown. William…More Lent offers free tours of the grounds and explains Washington Irving's connection with this 17th century church.
First Baptist Church of Tarrytown 56 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 Founded in the 1840s as the New Beekman Baptist Church, this congregation grew from a group of 12 founding members. Dr.…More Torrey Robinson is the senior Pastor at the church.
The United Methodist Church of the Tarrytowns is a reconciling congregation located on South Washington Street.
<p>The congregation has been rooted in the community for over 200 years, making it one of the oldest Methodist congregations in the nation.</p>
<p>The church defines itself as all-inclusive, embracing people of all ages, races, cultures and sexual orientations, as well as individuals with physical and mental disabilities.</p>
<p>The pastor of the United Methodist Church is Linda Kay Nealon.</p>
Korean Church of Westchester 242 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Korean Church of Westchester (also known as the Korean Presbyterian Church) opened its doors in 1977 and has thrived…More with the support of a strong immigrant population in the area. Pastor Kim Young heads the congregation.
Immaculate Conception Church 199 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Founded in 1917 to serve Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow's thriving Italian population, the Immaculate Conception Church…More began as a modest storefront. The Parish now resides in one of the most impressive and recognizable structures in Sleepy Hollow, holds mass daily, hosts a young adult program and offers mass in Latin each Sunday. The pastor at the church is Reverend Monsignor Louis J. Mazza.
New Hope Fellowship, a non-denominational church, was formed from…More a small English-speaking group within the Korean Church of Westchester in the 1990's. Until recently the church's main focus was ministering to second-generation Sunday school children whose primary language was English.</p>
<p>The church shares the building with the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns, with whom it enjoys a good relationship.</p>
<p>Since January 2004, Edward Kim has been senior pastor to its 100-member congregation and conducts worship services are held Sundays at 2:30 pm in the main sanctuary of the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns. During the summer, services are held at 10:30 am. Sunday school programs run concurrent to the regular Sunday worship service.</p>
Shiloh Baptist Church is the second oldest church for the African-American community in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow.…More This designated landmark was organized in 1883, the same year Henry T. Smith established The Tarrytown Herald - a weekly community newspaper.</p>
<p>According to <i>Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow (NY) (Images of America)</i> by The Historical Society, Shiloh Baptist Church parishioners needed a place to worship. One year after the church was formed, Smith built an opera house on the southeast corner of Washington and Wildey Streets. The congregation bought it in 1885 and renovated it for use.</p>
<p>Housed in a pale yellow two-story building with stained-glass windows, Shiloh Baptist Church is a pillar in the neighborhood. Sunday services at 10:45 a.m. are led by Rev. Donna Smith-Taylor, pastor.</p>
Church of St. Barnabas 15 N Broadway, Irvington, NY10533 The Church of St. Barnabas is an Episcopal congregation located on North Broadway in Irvington. St. Barnabas is an…More inclusive and progressive parish offering Sunday services, a nursery, Sunday school youth groups, social outreach ministries and community events. Visit the Church of St. Barnabas website for more information about the congregation's mission and history.
First Korean Methodist Church 500 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 After Korea gained it's independence from Japan in 1919, the first Korean Methodist Church was established in New…More York City. As US immigration policies began to change, more Korean Methodist Churches were able to be established in the United States. Aside from mass services, the Tarrytown location offers youth programs and Sunday schooling.
Church of St. Teresa of Avila 130 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 This Roman Catholic Church was founded in 1850 by Reverend John Hackett and began by meeting once a month in private…More residences. The current church on Beekman Avenue was dedicated on January 31, 1909. St. Teresa's has a diverse congregation and offers services in English and Spanish. Its current pastor is Reverend Monsignor Francis P. Gorman.
First Church of Christ, Scientist 190 Benedict Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 Organized in 1929 as the Tarrytown Christian Science Society, the small but dedicated group of founders held regular…More Sunday meetings in homes and rented facilities for a number of years before finding a home in 1946. In 1972, the congregation moved to its current location, a picturesque church with an impressive steeple. The congregation follows the teachings found in the King James Bible and the writings of Christian Science founder, Mary Baker Eddy. The church supports a reading room at 25 Spring Street in Ossining.
Though its location has changed often – from what are now the Salvation Army and Korean churches in Tarrytown…More to its current home in Sleepy Hollow – the Rock of Salvation has had the same senior pastor, Rev. Christian Santiago, for nearly 30 years. The congregation of some 300 mostly Spanish-speaking members is active in the church and the community, attending daily programs like prayer meetings and study groups, and seasonal events such as the summer 'Rock the Block' outdoor concert ministry.</p>
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