Two churches, actually, both in New York State. Over this past weekend, I attended a seminar/retreat/presentation at church discussing the development of worship, and the speaker mentioned as an important point, we should always be aware that in church we are in Heaven with all our loved ones around us. (Especially the ones who made it to Heaven rather than the other place.)
First incident took place in 1985, either late May or early June when I had just turned 18 and was no longer eligible to be in the youth group but remained an adviser, and also an altar server. During the meeting in the church basement, I got up to get something from the kitchen and noticed a tray that needed to be in the altar server's room the next day for services, so grabbed it and took it up. After making proper reverences, I entered the server's room to put the tray down. Glancing up, I saw a figure standing in front of the altar itself, glowing a soft blue-white. It looked human in shape, standing about 6 feet tall, and had what appeared to be wings. It watched me take care of business and then flee the area at a relatively high speed.
The second incident happened just last night, and I would have posted this last night if I wasn't so tired.
During a Lenten service, I had to use the restroom, so went to the basement where they're located by way of elevator, took care of business and returned. The elevator, of course, has a safety feature to prevent the door closing on anyone, and around all the elevator landings, motion sensors turn lights on and off. So I'm standing alone in the basement by the elevator when a set of lights which had been off, turn on. There were two sensors in the basement, one right by the elevator where I was and the second by the restrooms, and the restroom light came on.
When the elevator doors opened, I hastily boarded and hit 'close door'. The doors started to close, and less than a second later stopped and opened again.
This is not the only such incident I've had with elevators. Those things are spooky at times.