Neo-Gothic Church in Chelsea, NYC
You can celebrate a multitude of events, including weddings in English or German. As a church community, we are also open to other confessions and religions.
The neo-gothic building was built in 1897. The church is located on the first floor and can accommodate about 200 people in the nave. On our spacious balcony there are additional seats as well as an organ decorated with ornaments by the New York organ builder Jardine & Son from 1897.
The altar, pulpit, reading desk and number plates come from the workshop Semmann Wagerin & Co., Milwaukee. The five picture windows of the altar room were made at the Munich Hofkunstanstalt Mayer & Co. and represent various aspects of the church year: the Birth of Jesus, …, the Crucifixion, the Ascension and the Whitsun miracle.
The Community Hall
A classic neo-gothic entrance portal leads into a versatile entrance area, which leads into a spacious, light-flooded shared room with original parquet flooring. Welcome up to 150 guests to a festive event in a warm atmosphere. A high-quality piano and a screen are available for any purpose. The kitchen adjoining the hall has a comfortable design and makes it possible to arrange catering according to your requirements.
The building of St. Paul's Church is located in the middle of Chelsea, surrounded by traditional town houses, known as "Brownstones," as well as renowned restaurants, galleries and shops. A short walk will take you to the famous high-line. The visionary Hudson Yards project is located close by.
Chelsea Piers, as New York's "ultimate playground," offers versatile leisure and entertainment options.