St. Paul’s Chapel is located at Broadway and Fulton Street and accessible by several subway lines. Find hours and direction here.
The chapel also hosts exhibits throughout the year, in addition to the 9/11 Chapel of Remembrance. The churchyard is open to visitors who wish to visit the historic memorials and monuments or enjoy a moment of quiet.
St. Paul's: Community of Faith, Faith in Community
St. Paul’s permanent historical exhibit leads guests on an exploration of the 250 years of ministry St. Paul’s Chapel has provided to its neighbors—from its beginning as a chapel-of-ease during the early days of the republic, to a home-away-from-home for recovery workers sifting through the rubble of the World Trade Center, to a favorite space for families with children to worship. Open daily.
9/11 Chapel of Remembrance
The Chapel of Remembrance, located inside St. Paul’s, reflects the role St. Paul’s played in the aftermath of the attacks on September 11, 2001, and offers visitors an opportunity for meditation and prayer. The church established an emergency ministry providing accommodations, sanitary facilities, food, supplies, and counseling 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, for 9 months. This outpouring of services was deeply embedded in St. Paul’s long and ongoing tradition of ministries reaching out to those in need. Learn more about St. Paul’s and 9/11 here.