New York Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 3)

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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of North Westchester
Mount Kisco, NY
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of North Westchester was designed by Victor Christ-Janer.

Renovation Church
Buffalo, NY
The Renovation Church was built as St. Florian Church in 1962. [map]

United Methodist Church
Peekskill, NY
This United Methodist Church appears to be from the 1960s. [map]

St. Januarius Church
Naples, NY
St. Januarius Church was built from 1965-1966. This church has many references to grapes since Naples is located in the middle of New York's wine region. The stained glass windows represent the types of grapes grown locally. The floor plan is also shaped like a grape leaf. For more, see this website. [map]

More New York Mid-Century Modern Churches:
St. Margaret Mary Church (Apalachin)
American Martyrs Church (Bayside)
Valley Christian Reformed Church (Binghamton)
Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale (Bronx)
St. John the Baptist Church (Buffalo)
Congregation Ezrath Israel (Ellenville)
St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church (Elmont)
Temple Emanuel (Kingston)
Fifth Avenue Synagogue (New York)
St. Albans Congregational Church (Queens)
St. Gregory's Episcopal Church (Woodstock)