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Manhattan’s Historical Houses of Worship (Zoom)    NEW!

From Manhattan’s oldest surviving church, St. Paul’s (built in 1766), to the city’s largest synagogue, Temple Emanu-El, these and many other historical houses of worship have remained centers of their neighborhoods withstanding changes in their communities, including economic downturns and significant historical events. Listen to the stories behind some of the most well-known houses of worship in Manhattan that are still standing, including the Eldridge Street Synagogue, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the unfinished St. John the Divine.

Please be sure to register by the day before the class at the latest. You will receive an invitation email with a link to join the Zoom meeting. Click here for a tutorial on how to join a Zoom meeting.