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List of churches that are National Historic Landmarks in the United States

This is a very incomplete list of churches and other places of religious function that are U.S. National Historic Landmarks (NHLs) in the United States.

A significant proportion of the 2,430 National Historic Landmarks sites in the U.S. are churches.

Contents

NHLs that are to be classifiedEdit

NHLs that are A.M.E. or A.M.E. Zion churchesEdit

NHLs that are Baptist churchesEdit

NHLs that were Congregational churchesEdit

NHLs that are Congregational Christian Churches that did not join the United Church of ChristEdit

[2]==NHLs that are Episcopal churches==

NHLs that are French Protestant Reformed (Huguenot) churchesEdit

NHLs that are Greek Orthodox churchesEdit

NHLs that are Jewish synagoguesEdit

NHLs that are Latter Day Saint templesEdit

NHLs that are Lutheran churchesEdit

NHLs that are Muslim mosquesEdit

There appear to be none.

(However, Mother Mosque of America in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is an NRHP.)

NHLs that are Presbyterian churchesEdit

NHLs that were shared by various Protestant churchesEdit

NHLs that are Quaker meetinghousesEdit

NHLs that are Roman Catholic churchesEdit

NHLs that are Russian Orthodox churchesEdit

NHLs that are Unitarian Universalist churchesEdit

NHLs that are United Church of Christ (U.C.C.) churchesEdit

NHLs that are United Methodist churchesEdit

NHL churches in New York StateEdit

ReferencesEdit