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6575 4th Section Rd., Brockport, NY, US, 14420

  • Phone: (585) 637-3157
  • Fax: (585) 637-0434
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»First Presbyterian Church

The Brockport region in Monroe County, New York is bequeathed with one of the finer churches in the form of the First Presbyterian Church. It is established and incorporated as the Congregational Society of Brockport.  The church site is highly distinguished as a vital Presbyterian Church in the vicinity. It features on the National Register of Historic Places. It exemplifies the Greek Revival style of architecture. Four bays in length and three bays wide, the main block is structured of a red brick placed on a sandstone foundation.

35 State Street
Brockport, NY 14420

»Grace Church

This historic Episcopal church has been serving the community of Scottsville since 1852. Though modest in size, the beautiful church building features striking architectural details. Notable features of the structure include the stained glass walls and conical roofs.

9 Browns Avenue
Scottsville, NY 14546

»Emmanuel Presbyterian Church

The Trinity Emanuel Presbyterian Church is a church that welcomes the people warmly to enhance and nurture an individual with worship, bible study, fellowship, and programs that help educating the people in Christian faith. The church that stands over less than one acre of land is a beautiful palace like structure with the grass beds on the facade.

9 Shelter Street
Rochester, NY 14611

»Central Church of Christ

The Central Church of Christ was initially referred as the First Presbyterian Church. Sited at Rochester in Monroe County, New York, the church site is a distinguished building in the vicinity. It is listed on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places. Encompassing less than one acre of land area, the site was constructed in 1871. It is a fine example of the Gothic style of architecture. It strives hard to spread faith, love and spirituality. It also stands as the third home to Rochester's oldest congregation.

101 South Plymouth Avenue
Rochester, NY 14608

»Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church Complex

Established in 1864 after a fire reduced the original building to rubble, Immaculate Conception/St. Bridget’s Church, along with the other buildings that make up its complex, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. Of African-American tradition, this Roman Catholic church aims to create a community that is based on hope and faith.

445 Frederick Douglass Street
Rochester, NY 14608

»City Hall Historic District

City Hall Historic District is a historic area that is nestled in Monroe County of New York. The district consists buildings like the Rochester City Hall, Rochester Free Academy and St. Luke's Episcopal Church that were constructed in the 18th Century.

Fitzhugh Street South
Rochester, NY 14614

»Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church

Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church or St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church is a historical structure that was constructed in 1868. The church was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.

210 Pleasant Street
Rochester, NY 14604

»Calvary-Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church

The Calvary-Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church is a historic landmark in Rochester. Built in 1873, it boasts a Gothic Revival architectural style. The church complex comprises of the church building, a chapel, a belfry, and a rectory. The beautiful stained-glass window that adorns the back of the altar is a Tiffany masterpiece.

68 Ashland Street
Rochester, NY 14620

»First Universalist Church of Rochester

The renowned First Universalist Church is a monumental church building in the Rochester region of New York. The historic site was built in 1907 by eminent architects Bragdon and Claude Fayette. The structure is a superior example of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. The Church often arranges for distinct programs and learning activities. The distinguished Sunday services begin at 10:30 a on Sunday mornings. The church strives to act as a catalyst in the spiritual and overall growth of an individual. The noted church site is added to the National Register of Historic Places.

150 South Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

»Irondequoit United Church Of Christ

The Irondequoit United Church Of Christ is a historic church established in 1910. Constructed in the Colonial Revival style, it has been designed by Foote, Carpenter Orlando K. and Charles. Sitting at the intersection of Ganado Road and Titus Avenue, this beautiful church has an area of 1.7 acres (0.69 hectare). The church if fully functional even today, and hosts regular services and ceremonies.

644 Titus Avenue
Rochester, NY 14617

»The Sports Centre at MCC

Established in 1998, the Sports Centre on campus MCC has a strong sports profile. It offers an exciting range of sport  facilities inclusive of large ice rinks along with housing hockey leagues. Sport enthusiasts who enjoy roller skates and hockey in an ice arena, here is the ideal destination. With so much to do, the center offers leisure and sports all under one roof. Call ahead for more details.

2700 Brighton Henrietta Townline Road
Rochester, NY 14623

»Linden-South Historic District

The Linden-South Historic District constitutes of 136 buildings. This historic district is positioned across the South Wedge neighborhood of Rochester in Monroe County, New York. It has been constructed over a period ranging from 1872 to 1913. An eminent landmark that draws attention to the district is the Holy Spirit Greek Orthodox Church, earlier referred as the South Avenue Baptist Church. Another striking feature of the district is the Queen Anne-style complex on 785 South Avenue. The streetscape across the district follows various architectural styles that include Italianate, Gothic Revival, Colonial Revival and Queen Anne.

25-272 Linden Street
Rochester, NY 14620
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