The signs are subtle. As you walk south down Sag Harbor’s Main Street where the road forks to the left and becomes Madison Street, you see it: a stately white sanctuary, broad and tall. It’s not unlike many a house of worship in many a small northeastern coastal village. As you draw closer, though, you start to notice that this one looks a little different.
This is April Gornik’s and Eric Fischl’s vision and gift to Sag Harbor, come to life. This is The Church.