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Known as St. Bart’s, this historic Episcopal parish was founded in 1835, moved to its current building in 1918 and draws people from all over the five boroughs. Many come to see (and hear) the largest pipe organ in the City (and one of the 10 largest in the world)—making a visit a truly stunning musical experience. In addition to services every day of the week, the church features various programs, including children’s day camps, parenting workshops and concerts starring everyone from the Apple Hill String Quartet to the Choir from King’s College, London.