St. John’s in the Village Episcopal Church, West Village, NYC

Built in 1972 to replace the previous church destroyed by fire, this simple sanctuary was designed by Edgar Tafel, an architect known for his spare, contextual designs, who recently passed away. He is also featured on Mid-Century Mundane here and here. The historic parish house still survives.

View of sanctuary windows

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