This site uses cookies to improve your experience and the quality of our services. By using this site you agree to its use of cookies. More information Hide

Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea

Need a hotel nearby?

Sponsored links

Routes nearby

Places of Interest nearby

Matched content

Hotels nearby

Restaurants nearby

Sponsored links

🔎
Church
Location type: Church
Location address: United States, Westchester
Number of texts: 1
3 stars
Made by wikipedia.org | Reference DK Big Fish | © CC 3.0
Made by wikipedia.org | Reference Wikipedia.org | © CC 3.0

Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea, originally known as Worthington Memorial Chapel, is a historic Episcopal church at 2172 Saw Mill River Road in Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York. It was designed by noted architect Richard M. Upjohn (1828 – 1903) and built in 1883 in an eclectic Victorian Gothic Revival style. It was built in four phases: The original 1883 chapel, 1901 addition, the addition in 1953 of a ground floor meeting room, and an enlargement and remodeling of the 1953 addition in 1990. The original chapel and 1901 addition are built of random-coursed, rock faced ashlar with corner buttresses, and high pitched gable roof with low parapets. The chapel is cruciform in plan and features a three story bell tower with large segmental arched opening and a conical roof. A large three-part stained glass window and smaller three part windows in the two transepts are attributed to John La Farge (1835 – 1910) and installed around 1883. It was originally built by the family of pump manufacturer Henry R. Worthington (1817-1880) as a chapel and crypt.

Classify this POI
Link to route

More information

Comments

Add comment