Grace Church in New York
Grace Church is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of New York (www.dioceseny.org), a member of the Episcopal Church (www.episcopalchurch.org), which belongs to the worldwide fellowship of national churches called the Anglican Communion.
Grace Church draws its members from the greater New York metropolitan area. Since relocating to the Greenwich Village area of Manhattan in 1846, we have enjoyed an especially close relationship with this neighborhood south of Union Square. The doors of our magnificent church are open every day, and we strive to serve the people who come inside regardless of who they may be. Over time our membership has come to represent a diversity of faith backgrounds. People have found here an openness to their viewpoints and a respect for where they are in their walk with God. We seek to maintain this welcoming atmosphere so that all who wish to join our fellowship will encounter no unnecessary stumbling blocks in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Grace Church is located at Broadway and 10th Street in New York City and is recognized as an architectural masterpiece. The church and surrounding buildings represent three historic distinctions; 1) New York City Landmark (1966, 1977); 2) National Register of Historic Places (1974); and 3) National Historic Landmark (1977).