I just love, love, love this beautiful Church, and this organ is the element of it that I most love. For slightly alternative views click here and here.
Category Archives: Churches
This is a view of St. Mary’s Church in Yonkers, NY, aka the Church of the Immaculate Conception, which has been featured numerous times here before. This is taken from the raised pulpit, which I believe might be more properly called an ambo in the a Catholic church. I like the raised, but lower than balcony […]
This building is the third church built at this site, and dates to 1841. The congregation is the oldest Methodist congregation in the United States and dates to 1766. Over the last few years of photographing the city, I’ve come to reassess my understanding of how much of “old New York” remains. I cannot really […]
It’s hardly news at this point that the world has a new Pope, the first Pope Francis. It did seem fitting today to post some church photos. When I had the opportunity to shoot St. Mary’s Church in Yonkers, Msgr. Corrigan was kind enough to place some unconsecrated communion wafers, water and wine on the Altar […]