|The Mamaroneck United Methodist Church stands at the heart of the Village of Mamaroneck in Westchester County, New York – a fine example of Gothic Revival architecture. Like the European Gothic cathedrals of old, still today, the spire of our church rises above any other building in town and is visible when anyone looks up, whether from the surrounding streets or from the waters of the harbor or Long Island Sound.
Our sanctuary was built in the “Carpenter Gothic” style, circa 1880. Constructed by local shipbuilders, it is itself like the inverted hull of a ship. It is of such fine quality that it has been placed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks.
Click on the pictures below to take a tour of our sanctuary and learn more about the symbols that are expressions of our faith.