Accessible or ADA seating may be available at this venue through Goldstar. Contact us before buying tickets to make arrangements.
About St. John's Lutheran Church
Built when James Monroe was President, the Federal-style church now called St. John’s has been home to Presbyterians, Episcopalians and (for the past 150 years) Lutherans. A true jewel of Greenwich Village — from the days when it was actually a village known for the “purity of its air” — this stunning and historic building has long been a Christopher Street beacon. Venturing inside its elegantly proportioned sanctuary is not only a step back in time — but also a step forward into a more peaceful, more centered world to come. Soak up the special ambiance with a visit to this NYC landmark “in the heart of the village, with the village in its heart.”
St. John's Lutheran Church Tips
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