This features a gallery of abandoned churches and religious buildings in the United States.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church is an abandoned Roman Catholic church in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Rich Creek Baptist Church is a long-abandoned church along Rich Creek in West Virginia.
The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish contains an abandoned church, school, and parish house in the Newburgh neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
The City Methodist Church is an abandoned Methodist church in Gary, Indiana.
Christ Congregational Church of Mount Hope is an abandoned with a distinctive sanctuary in the Bronx, New York City, New York.
Saint Patrick Roman Catholic Church is an abandoned Catholic church in Connecticut.
The Shepherd of the Lord Chapel is an abandoned Naval church in Connecticut. Servicing Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish congregations, it was built off-base to support the religious and community needs of married Sailors and their dependents.
Saint Ann Roman Catholic Church is a closed Catholic church within the Archdiocese of Hartford in Connecticut.
Beards Presbyterian Church is an abandoned Presbyterian church in Scott County, Kentucky.
Salem Evangelical Reformed Church was a church in the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood of Buffalo, New York.
St. Matthew’s Church is an abandoned Catholic church in Buffalo, New York.
Our Mother of Sorrows Church, once one of the largest Catholic parishes in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, closed in 2017.
The L’église Notre-Dame-Des-Canadiens Notre Dame Church, or Notre Dame Church, is a demolished Roman Catholic church in Worcester, Massachusetts.
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church is a former Methodist church in the Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania.
St. Gabriel’s Monastery is a formerly abandoned residential and institutional complex in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church is an abandoned and collapsing church in Braddock, Pennsylvania.
St. Michael Church is a former Roman Catholic church in Munhall, Pennsylvania. It was founded as a Slovak parish in 1897 and served the Slovakian community who tendered to Homestead Works of the Carnegie Steel Company.
Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church is a former church on Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. It was active to worshippers from 1911 to 2004 and after years of abandonment, the historic building is being restored.
The First Baptist Church is an endangered church in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. It was constructed in 1904, abandoned in 1990 and is set for demolition.