Houses of Worship
FEATURE: Church of the Intercesssion -
One of Lower Washington Heights' Hidden Architectural Treasure!
Come for a tour of one of the architectural gems of Manhattan, The Church of the Intercession, led by priest-in-charge The Rev. José R. Gándara-Perea, S.T.L. (Fr. Berto). This remarkable church is the work of noted architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue who considered Intercession his masterpiece and chose it as his final resting place. Come and admire the church and the cloister and visit little seen places like the crypt and the rectory. The Church of the Intercession is located on the southeast corner of West 155th Street and Broadway.
Take the "1" train to 157th Street and walk two blocks south or the "C" train to 155th Street (St. Nicholas Avenue) and walk two blocks west. Suggested donation $5.
In service to the community, on each Sunday morning, homeless men and women are fed a
wholesome meal by volunteers from Childs Memorial Temple!
The popular young pastor, "Rev. Mike" has the crowds coming "ten on a mule" every Sunday!
A full-throated crescendo with a 60-strong choir, organ, drums and electric guitar!
Through Wednesday, December 30, 2020
Sunday: 10:00 AM - Mass in English, 12:00 Noon - Mass in Spanish
Home to Harlem's most spirited brass band, the "McCollough Sons of Thunder"...
and after service, you'll find dinning at the House of Prayer's cafeteria just as satisfying!