The Episcopal Church of St. Luke & St. Simon Cyrene - affectionately known as Two Saints - was built in 1823. It stands as the oldest building in Rochester, New York still open for public use. The city's namesake, Nathaniel Rochester, was a founding member of the church.
Consider Two Saints as a prime location for your next event! All proceeds go toward the continued restoration and maintenance of this historic landmark.
Please visit our booth on S. Fitzhugh St. during the Corn Hill Arts Festival!