1. United Methodist Church

Located on the corner of 141st Street and Willis Avenue, United Methodist Church, originally called Willis Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, was built in 1900 by George W. Kramer, who designed several churches across Brooklyn and other states. This 100+ year old Gothic Revival church stands out thanks to its unique beige facade with white-painted wood windows that feature impressive colored stained glass! Pay a visit and don’t forget to look up!

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