Interior of St. Bartholomew's Church
Credit: Kara Flannery

Sun, October 23rd, 2022

12:30pm — 4:00pm

St. Bartholomew's Church (known to many as St. Bart's) is a spiritual and architectural marvel located in midtown Manhattan. Founded in January 1835 in the then-fashionable Bowery section of Manhattan, St. Bartholomew’s Church is now located on Park Avenue between East 50th and East 51st Streets and recently celebrated its 100th anniversary there.

The National Historic Landmark building was designed by Bertram Goodhue and built in 1918. It is embellished with a triple portal by Stanford White and boasts New York City’s largest Æolian-Skinner pipe organ. Magnificent mosaics designed by Hildreth Meière grace the narthex (lobby) and the high altar.

St. Bart's has a vibrant and active congregation with an impressive choral music program and a community outreach program which serves the underserved 365 days a year.

Our accessible entrance is at 109 East 50th Street where an elevator can take visitors to the Church level.

We will offer guided tours at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. Visitors are also welcome to tour the building on their own.