TOUR OF BUFFALO ALLIANCE FOR SACRED CHURCHES AUGUST 28, 2012
Now it’s time to shine a spotlight on our city’s equally impressive sacred sites. While Americans flock to the great churches of Europe, there are equally extraordinary houses of worship to be explored right here in our own backyard. These landmarks need your help. Now, for the cost of a bus tour, you can be a superhero.
The tour includes:
Blessed Trinity Church
317 Leroy Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14214
The purest replication of Lombard Romanesque architecture in the United States, noted for its unique brickwork and extensive use of ceramics.
First Presbyterian Church of Buffalo
One Symphony Circle
Buffalo, New York 14201
The oldest faith community in Buffalo, established in 1812, features Tiffany designed
stained glass windows.
Corpus Christi Church
199 Clark Street
Buffalo, New York 14212
Saved from closing in 2004, highlights include exquisite stained-glass windows and an iconic mural, considered to be one of the most significant examples of ecclesiastical artwork in the United States.
Buffalo Religious Arts Center
157 East Street
Buffalo New York 14207
Established to collect and preserve art from houses of worship that have closed in Western New York. This collection of stained glass windows, statuary, and works of art provide a unique insight into Buffalo’s culture and history.
A portion of the tour proceeds goes directly to maintain these irreplaceable sitesSo grab a friend, play tourist for the day, and help save some of Buffalo’s heavenly landmarks.
Contact Know How Tours at 716-649- 9694 to make your tour reservations for August 28, 2012. $79.00 per person