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Grace Church Awarded “Sacred Sites” Grant

Grace Church, 153 Hicks Street (between Grace Court and Joralemon Street) is one of three Brooklyn churches to receive a Robert W. Wilson Sacred Sites Challenge Grant from the New York Landmarks Conservancy. The award is in the amount of $30,000. From the Conservancy’s press release: The brownstone Grace Church was designed by renowned Gothic […]

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Grace Church Community Open House Sunday, March 24

Grace Church, which was designed by America’s then pre-eminent church architect, Richard Upjohn, and has stood at what is now 254 Hicks Street (corner of Grace Court, between Joralemon and Remsen) since 1848, is about to undergo an extensive renovation that will close its sanctuary (photo; services will be held in the upstairs Guild Hall […]

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