Churchville is a village west of Rochester in Monroe County, New York. Its area is 1.1 square miles and its population is 1,961 (2010 Census). The village is not named for any house of worship; rather, it is named for Samuel Church, who in 1806 purchased a tract that encompassed the entire area of the village, erecting a saw mill and later a grist mill. It is the birthplace of temperance and suffrage leader Frances Willard.
In May 1905, it was the site of a county suffrage convention whose guest list was similar to that headlining statewide suffrage conventions at the time.