The Long View Center is a historic church building located in the Moore Square Historic District of Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. The facility sits directly across from Moore Square, one of two surviving four-acre (1.6 ha) parks from Raleigh's original 1792 plan. Built between 1879 and 1881, Long View was originally known as Tabernacle Baptist Church. The name of the building was changed to Long View Center in 1998 after a local developer purchased the property to be used as a mixed-use facility. Currently, the sanctuary is used by the Unity Church of the Triangle. In addition to Unity, Long View is now used for artist performances and weddings. The first concert at Long View was performed by Irish folk singer Susan McKeown.