About the Church of St. Mary the Virgin
The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, built in 1906, is modeled after a 1494 chapel in Middlesex, England. it is a charming Gothic-style stone church with magnificent stained glass windows and wonderful acoustics. And because of its small size it is an ideal and intimate venue for early music. Our receptions will take place in the adjacent Parish Hall, and as usual, we will celebrate each concert performance with the most delectable sweets and savories. These receptions also give you an opportunity to get to know the many distinguished artists that perform on our series.
The Church is located at 191 South Greeley Avenue.
From New York City:
Take the Saw Mill River Parkway North.
Exit at Chappaqua Rt. 120
Follow ramp to traffic light.
At light make left on Rt. 120
Bear right as you come down the hill onto Greeley Ave.
Drive a short distance on Greeley Ave. and look for a long driveway
lined with large old pine trees.
The church is set back up on the hill.
(The driveway entrance is between the school and the library).