Best Church/Temple wedding venues in New York

Our Curated List of the Top 10 New York Church/Temple Wedding Venues

  • 1

    Reid Castle at Manhattanville

    Purchase, New York
    Weddings at Reid Castle are truly special and memorable events. When you have your wedding there, all of the Shakespearean décor rooms will be yours to use as you wish. The castle is incredibly elegant, featuring marble staircases, dark wooden walls, tall ceilings, enormous chandeliers, a manicured garden, and beautiful stone walls outside.
  • 2

    The Chapel Restoration

    Cold Spring, New York
    Marry the love of your life on the banks of the Hudson River at The Chapel Restoration. This historic venue was built in 1833 with a Greek Revival Style architecture. Located in Cold Spring, New York, a charming 19th century village in Putnam County, the beautiful chapel and surrounding natural landscape offer a breathtaking backdrop for your wedding ceremony.
  • 3

    Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church

    New York, New York
    The beautiful and historic Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church is the perfect place to marry the love of your life. Built in 1873, the Victorian Gothic church was once the tallest building in Manhattan. Its spectacular sanctuary features many stunning details, including ornate stained glass cathedral windows, an enormous organ, and a soaring ceiling.
  • 4

    First Unitarian Congressional Society Brooklyn

    Brooklyn, New York
    The First Unitarian Congressional Society of Brooklyn is a beautiful space to invite your close friends and family for your wedding. The traditional architecture and atmosphere create a classic, gorgeous setting for your nuptials. The historic Gothic Revival Sanctuary was built in 1844 by famed French architect Minard Lefever.
  • 5

    Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village

    Amherst, New York
    The Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village is a charming space perfect for a romantic wedding ceremony and reception to share with your close family and friends. The space brings the beauty of the natural landscape and the history and tradition of a previous era in a gorgeous combination that makes for a truly unforgettable wedding celebration.
  • 6

    Universal Preservation Hall

    Saratoga Springs, New York
    ***Due to our long-awaited for restoration work to complete the building, we will be unavailable for special events bookings until June 2020. We are sorry for the inconvenience but know that you will love the venue when it is completed.*** Come celebrate your happy day at the Universal Preservation Hall, a precious gem of a historic building that has been present since 1871.
  • 7

    Middle Collegiate Church

    New York, New York
    Tucked away in Manhattan at Lafayette Place and 4th Street, the Middle Collegiate Church is one of the oldest churches of its kind in New York City. Created in the early 17th century, this stunning church was originally built on Nassau Street between Cedar and Liberty.
  • 8

    First Evangelical Free Church, Brooklyn

    Brooklyn, New York
    Situated in the Bay Ridge neighborhood, the First Evangelical Free Church in Brooklyn has its roots in the values of family, community connectedness, and unwavering faith -- all of the things that set the foundation for a beautiful marriage. With this in mind, it comes as little surprise that this church is an ideal location for saying your “I do’s.
  • 9

    The Smithfield Church

    Amenia, New York
    The Smithfield Church is the perfect place to share your vows and establish your union as man and wife before the God. The Smithfield Church welcomes you into this place of worship to enjoy the surrounding valleys and be married in a serene and holy place. This church occupies a historic building that was built in 1843 and inspired by greek revival architecture that was popular at this time.
  • 10

    St. Bartholomew's Church

    New York, New York
    The breathtaking St. Bartholomew’s Church, affectionately known as “St. Bart’s,” stands right in the heart of Midtown Manhattan on Park Avenue. This gorgeous Episcopal Church is a nearly 100-year-old New York City icon, renowned for its unique Byzantine art and architecture.