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St. Ann's Church

157 Montague St, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201-3580
+1 718-875-6960
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Lovely Surprise

Gothic-inspired, stately and lovely, yet on a human scale. I found this church prettier than than... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Thomas V
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Oakland, California
a gorgeous church

A real old school 1800's beauty of a church.I worked in the rectory fixing phones went throughout... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2015
donny b
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4 days ago
“Lovely Surprise”
14 Oct 2015
“a gorgeous church”
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157 Montague St, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201-3580
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Gothic-inspired, stately and lovely, yet on a human scale. I found this church prettier than than many ancient cathedrals in Europe. A gem.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 14 October 2015

A real old school 1800's beauty of a church.I worked in the rectory fixing phones went throughout the building. The church had a wedding going on and it was beautiful. A real nice church.

Thank donny b
Reviewed 9 October 2015

This is one of the most beautiful churches in the world. The stained glass is the first made entirely in the U.S. by the Bolton brothers. In the 1990s the windows were taken apart and cleaned, the stone cleaned, and a project that involved iron...More

Thank DR186
Reviewed 31 August 2015

This is a church with a rich history, suffering from neglect accompanying the fall off in attendance and changes in demographics. A large beautiful interior with very nice stained glass windows that have been restored. There is a great spirit to the 9:30 am service...More

Thank Douglas T
Reviewed 29 July 2015

A Grand Brooklyn Heights church that is very active the community. Wonderful top notch Private school Many varied stage productions and the church itself has Sunday Services!

Thank enidfromtheslope
Reviewed 20 April 2015

A paper manufacturer, Edgar Bartow, purchased eight adjacent lots in the highest part of Brooklyn Heights from his father in-law Pierrepont in 1844. He then had this richly ornamented Gothic Revival church built here, because he wanted a place where the citizens of Brooklyn can...More

Thank Oliver S
Reviewed 11 October 2014 via mobile

This gorgeous Cathedral Church is truly a treasure! From its beautiful stained glass windows and architecture from the inside and out, St Ann and the Holy Trinity's Gothic features and ornate Sanctuary are lovely. We especially enjoy the services here. Everyone is friendly, welcoming, and...More

Thank lebleen
Reviewed 18 July 2013

Add this church to your places to visit while in or near Brooklyn Heights. It is convenient to subway stops and makes a good place to start or end a walk along Montague Street. The 275 ft tower is hard to miss. Inside, the church...More

1  Thank travelbob1
Reviewed 9 August 2011

Its a Protestant Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity and I know they have wonderful stained glass windows in the church but you can not see them from the outside. I also know the church was used in the movie Prizzi's Honor.

1  Thank belltownonthemove
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