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Burke Library New York City Religions

Collected by: Columbia University Libraries

Archived since: May, 2010

Description:

The Burke Library seeks to identify and preserve for the future information in the fields of religion, theology, and contextually related areas of study. As part of this mission, we seek to archive websites related to the Burke Library's existing collections, with a focus on religious communities and not-for-profit organizations in New York City.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Universities & Libraries Religion Theology New York City religions

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Title: St. Malachy's - The Actor's Chapel

URL: http://actorschapel.org/

Description: Located in the Chelsea – Clinton neighborhood of New York City on West 49th Street, between Broadway and Eighth Avenue, St. Malachy's Roman Catholic Church was founded in 1902. With the construction of the Actors' Chapel below the main church in 1920, St. Malachy's became famous as a haven of worship for the entertainment community… Joan Crawford and Douglass Fairbanks Jr. were married at the Chapel on June 3rd, 1929.

Captured  on Dec 14, 2012

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Title: Church of the Ascension in the City of New York

URL: http://ascensionnyc.org/

Description: Founded in 1827, Ascension is a welcoming, diverse and inclusive community of people who gather to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, to give praise and thanks to God through the beauty of worship and to love and serve God and our neighbors.

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Title: Assafa Islamic Center

URL: http://assafaislamiccenter.org/

Description: Assafa Islamic Center is a not-for-profit, religious and non-political organization. The local Muslim community established the center in 1996. Two years later they acquired a city lot at an auction. Currently it is providing services of five-time prayers, weekend school, and Hifzul Qur’an, in a rented space at 172 Allen St only on a temporary basis.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

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Title: Astoria Islamic Center

URL: http://astoriaislamiccenter.org/

Description: In Ramadan of 1982, a few Muslims from Astoria decided to offer Salatul Tarawee in the apartment of Dr. Moinul Islam. That was the first step taken towards the creation of Astoria Islamic Center Inc. (Masjid Baitul Mukaram) of today. After Ramadan of 1982, the Muslims continued to pray Isha salat regularly in the houses of Muslims following a weekly schedule. Later in 1987, Masjid Baitul Mukarram started to function fully as a mosque in the basement of 21-27, 27th st. In 1994, Masjid Baitul Mukarram was moved to its present location on 22-21 33rd Street.

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Title: The Baptist House of Prayer

URL: http://baptisthouseofprayerofharlem.org/

Description: The Baptist House of Prayer was organized on June 1st 1909, by the late Milton Sparks. In its beginning the church met in Deacon Robert Mason’s home on 133rd Street. Today the church is located at 82 West 126th Street between Lenox and Fifth Avenues, Harlem, Manhattan, New York City.

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Title: Bethel Baptist Church

URL: http://bethelbaptistqueensny.org/

Description: Founded in 1966 following a vision to Mrs. Miriam E. Dennis together with her husband.

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Title: The Brotherhood Synagogue

URL: http://brotherhoodsynagogue.org/

Description: The Brotherhood Synagogue is a progressive congregation in the Conservative Jewish tradition. We seek to meet the needs of American Jewry and to work towards making religious brotherhood a living reality. We invite all to share in the values and traditions of our Jewish faith, striving for the ways of peace and righteousness. Our synagogue is located in downtown New York, on Gramercy Park.

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Title: The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture

URL: http://bsec.org/

Description: The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture (BSEC) is a congregation of individuals and families who choose to emphasize personal growth and social progress as high on their list of priorities. BSEC is a community of communities, attracting good people from all religious traditions, backgrounds, races, family configurations and sexual orientations. The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture was founded in 1906 to create a supportive community within which people learn, grow, raise families, and act to create a better, more humane world.

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Title: Christian Cultural Center

URL: http://cccinfo.org/

Description: Christian Cultural Center began as a small parish in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York in 1978. Our present Senior Pastor, Rev. A. R. Bernard, left a ten year banking career, to follow the call of God on his life to full time ministry to become the founding Pastor. With his wife Karen Bernard at his side the church began with a small membership, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and reaching out to its local community in Brooklyn.

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Title: Chinese Evangel Mission Church

URL: http://cemc-m.org/

Description: In March 1944, the Chinese Evangelistic Center was founded as an outreach ministry to New York City's Chinese immigrant population. This local church, in the City’s Chinatown area holds Sunday Worship Services and Friday Fellowship Programs that are attended by members and non-members who live in all parts of the metropolitan area. The church’s address is 97 Madison Street (not Avenue), in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.

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Title: Chan Mediation Center

URL: http://chancenter.org/

Description: The Chan Meditation Center, located in Elmhurst (Queens), New York, was founded by Chan Master Sheng Yen in 1977 with the purpose of bringing Chinese Chan [Zen] Buddhism to the Western world. The Chan Meditation Center is open year round. The organization runs various programs to teach the doctrine and practice of Chan Buddhism, to promote the purification of human life, and to preserve traditional Chinese culture.

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Title: Church of the Holy Family

URL: http://churchholyfamily.org/

Description: The Church of the Holy Family is located at 315 East Forty-Seventh Street, between First and Second Avenues, across from Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, in New York City. On October 4, 1965, Pope Paul VI held an ecumenical meeting in the church, marking the first occasion of a reigning pope to visit a parish church in the Western Hemisphere.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

Title: Church of Humanism

URL: http://churchofhumanism.org/

Description: Founded in 1973, the Church of Humanism, located in New York City, is the only Humanist religious organization that affirms God as a fusion of naturalism and realism.

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Title: Congregation Beth Elohim

URL: http://congregationbethelohim.org/

Description: Congregation Beth Elohim is a welcoming and inclusive synagogue, proudly rooted in Jewish history and identity, profoundly open to different backgrounds and divergent points of view. We come together to learn, celebrate, and worship, honoring each individual's search for an authentic relationship to the divine. We are a preeminent Brooklyn institution, a spiritual, cultural, and intellectual center for Jewish revitalization, fostering community, and extending our congregational values of justice, education, and inspiration throughout the neighborhoods where we live and beyond.

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Title: St. Mary & St. Antonios Coptic Orthodox Church

URL: http://copticchurch.org/

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Title: First Baptist Church of Flushing

URL: http://english.fbcflushing.org/

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Title: The Epiphany Church

URL: http://epiphanychurchnyc.org/

Description: The Roman Catholic Church of the Epiphany in New York City’s Gramercy Park neighborhood was founded in 1868. The church is located at 239 East 21st Street in Manhattan and holds regular weekday, Saturday and Sunday Mass.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

Title: First Church of Religious Science

URL: http://fcrsny.org/

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Title: Free Synagogue of Flushing

URL: http://freesynagogue.org/

Description: As the oldest liberal Reform synagogue in Queens and on Long Island, the Free Synagogue of Flushing has opened its doors on the corner of Kissena Boulevard and Sanford Avenue to the community for the past 95 years. Today, the New York State and the National Register of Historic Places recognize it. In 1917, the Hebrew Women's Aid Society founded the synagogue in keeping with the philosophy of the first Free Synagogue, the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in Manhattan. These principles include freedom of the pulpit, freedom in religious philosophy, freedom in terms of seating, and men and women are equal in participation and leadership.

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Title: Fort Tryon Jewish Center

URL: http://ftjc.org/

Description: The Fort Tryon Jewish Center is located in the Hudson Heights section of Manhattan’s Washington Heights in New York City. The center was founded in 1938 by a diverse group of people that included long-time neighborhood residents and recent Jewish immigrants escaping the maelstrom in Europe. The Center never affiliated with any denomination; it was and remains an independent congregation, proud to be a religious home for people of various Jewish backgrounds.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Church of the Guardian Angel

URL: http://guardianangelchurch-nyc.org/

Description: The Church of the Guardian Angel is a Roman Catholic Church in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, located at 193 Tenth Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan, New York City. The parish was founded in 1887 to minister to workers at the bustling waterfront piers on the nearby Hudson River and maintains today a warm and welcoming presence to all of its neighbors.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Holy Ghost Pentecostal Faith Church For All Nations

URL: http://holyghostpfc.com/

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Title: Islamic Cultural Center of New York

URL: http://icc-ny.us/

Description: The Islamic Center of New York is a religious and cultural organization established in the early 1960s on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in New York City. The center is comprised of a Mosque, a school, a library, a lecture hall, a museum, and residence for its Imams.

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Title: Jamaica Muslim Center

URL: http://jamaicamuslimcenter.org/

Description: Jamaica Muslim Center is an initiative of Muslims in America dedicated to promoting Islamic awareness and facilitating socio-economic welfare of the common people in The Jamaica, Queens, New York. This organization is Non-Profit, Independent, Non-partisan, Non-sectarian, Ummah-oriented and Membership-driven.

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Title: Japanese American United Church

URL: http://jauc.org/

Description: The Japanese American United Church at 255 Seventh Avenue, between 24th and 25th Streets in Chelsea, Manhattan for over 100 years has been faithfully serving a diversity of people with Japanese backgrounds living in the New York City area. JAUC is the result of a merger of three historic Japanese Christian churches (two Reformed and one Methodist) and is a bilingual congregation that offers Sunday services in both English and Japanese in addition to providing a variety of group activities conducted in either one or both languages.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

Title: Kane Street Synagogue

URL: http://kanestreet.org/

Description: At Kane Street, we bring the wisdom and compassion of Jewish traditions to all, regardless of one’s background. Within our community are very traditional Jews and secularists, families and singles, straight and gay. Our members include many Jews-by-choice (converts) as well as interfaith families and Jews who are returning to their roots. We are rightly regarded as a community where any sincere person can find a place.

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Title: Metropolitan Community Church of New York

URL: http://mccny.org/

Description: Metropolitan Community Church of New York is a spiritual home for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community and is open to all. The church is located in the New York City neighborhood of Clinton, better known as Hell’s Kitchen in the borough of Manhattan.

Captured  on Dec 14, 2012

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Title: Muslim Education and Converts Center of America

URL: http://meccacenter.com/

Description: Muslim Education and Converts Center of America (M.E.C.C.A.) is an educational non-profit organization located at 4 West 43rd Street, Suite 416 (Between 5th & 6th Avenues) in the heart of Manhattan, New York City. Since its establishment in 2006, the center continues to be one of the few institutions in the tri-state area dedicated to providing prayer and worship services along with traditional Islamic education.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Kadampa Meditation Center, New York City

URL: http://meditationinnewyork.org/

Description: Kadampa Meditation Center New York City is part of the Kadampa Buddhist Meditation Centers world-wide. Located in Chelsea, the center provides meditation classes and teachings throughout NYC and the greater New York area, including Brooklyn, Queens, New Jersey, Upper West and East Sides of Manhattan.

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Title: Metropolitan Community United Methodist Church

URL: http://metromethodist.org/

Description: Metropolitan Community United Methodist Church is located in East Harlem, New York City at 1975 Madison Avenue, on the corner of East 126th Street. The Rev. Dr. Richard N. Hayes pastors this vital community church. Deeply committed to the African diaspora, Rev. Hayes has been blessed to have taught or preached in Ghana, Nigeria and Zimbabwe.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

Title: Muhammad Mosque No. 7

URL: http://mosque7.org/

Description: The historical Muhammad Mosque No. 7 is the New York headquarters of the Nation of Islam located in Harlem, New York City. Under the direction of the local representative we have secured our vanguard position in the struggle of liberation. Guests who visit this storied mosque are treated to spiritual advancement under the guidance Allah (God) through the hosting representatives of his servant, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. All those who wish to experience the word of Allah (God) as it relates to our present-day condition and struggle for freedom, justice and equality are invited to come visit us in the heart of the Nation.

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Title: Mount Sinai Seventh-day Adventist Church

URL: http://mountsinai22.adventistchurchconnect.org/

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Title: Zen Center of New York City

URL: http://mro.org/firelotus/

Description: The Zen Center of New York City, Fire Lotus Temple, is the New York City branch of Zen Mountain Monastery, the main house of the Mountains and Rivers Order. Supporting home practitioners in the metropolitan area, ZCNYC offers varied practice opportunities within the Eight Gates training matrix.

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Title: Church of Notre Dame

URL: http://ndparish.org/

Description: The Church of Notre Dame is located on the west side of Manhattan’s in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of New York City. The present community of Notre Dame Church is enriched by its association with St. Luke's Hospital where many of its parishioners work and where their pastoral care is significant.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: The New York Buddhist Church

URL: http://newyorkbuddhistchurch.org/

Description: The NYBC has been serving the New York community since 1938, and was founded by Rev. Hozen Seki with the assistance of his wife, Satomi, and concerned lay people. They all wished to share the Buddha-Dharma in America's most populous city, which then had no center for Jodoshinshu Buddhism. Their wishes have flourished as today we continue to share the Buddha-Dharma here in New York.

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Title: Nur Ashki Jerrahi Community

URL: http://nurashkijerrahi.org/

Description: Shaykha Fariha and the Nur Ashki Jerrahi Community (Sufi Order) is based in New York City and located at 245 West Broadway in Tribeca (Greenwich Village – lower Manhattan) in New York City. At Dergah al-Farah, dhikrullah is held on Thursday evenings.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: The Church of the Ascension

URL: http://nyc-ascensionchurch.org/

Description: The Church of the Ascension is located in the Upper West Side neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. In addition to a full schedule of weekday and Sunday Masses, Ascension Church and Ascension School provide religious education.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Cathedral of the Holy Virgin Protection

URL: http://nycathedral.org/

Description: The Cathedral Parish originated in 1870 as the Russo-Greek Chapel of Holy Trinity to serve the needs of the Russian and Greek Embassies. The Cathedral is the seat of the Diocese of New York & New Jersey of the Orthodox Church in America and located in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

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Title: Grace Baptist Church

URL: http://nycgrace.org/

Description: Grace Baptist Church is a multicultural blend of loving believers who strive to live as "city lights" - glorifying God by shining the light and love of Jesus throughout Forest Hills, Queens and NYC. We are all different age groups, backgrounds, and cultures gathered together with one purpose - to glorify God by being Bible Driven

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Title: New York Garden Church

URL: http://nygc.us/

Description: The New York Garden Church is located at 316 Fifth Avenue at the corner of 5th and 32nd Street in the Murray Hill neighborhood of midtown Manhattan, New York City. Sunday Services include the Korean Service at 11AM, English Service and youth group meeting at 2PM.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

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Title: St.Patrick's Old Cathedral

URL: http://oldcathedral.org/

Description: Saint Patrick's Old Cathedral is located in downtown Manhattan on the corner of Mott and Prince Streets in the part of New York City known as Little Italy. Interestingly, the baptism scene in “The Godfather” was filmed in the Old Cathedral. The church ceased to be the seat of the Archdiocese of New York and became a parish church on May 25, 1879 as the result of the completion of the present Cathedral of St. Patrick located at 50th Street and Fifth Avenue.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

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Title: Park Avenue Christian Church

URL: http://parkavenuechristian.com/

Description: Park Avenue Christian Church is affectionately known as “The Park” by church members and friends. The Park is part of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and affiliated with the United Church of Christ.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

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Title: Park Avenue Synagogue

URL: http://pasyn.org/

Description: Park Avenue Synagogue—Agudat Yesharim, The Association of the Righteous—was founded in 1882. From modest and humble beginnings, it has grown into one of the major congregations in the Conservative movement.

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Title: Queer Dharma

URL: http://queerdharma.org/

Description: We are a community of meditation practice for all people, founded and hosted by LGBTQ people [lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer]. A broad range of Buddhist traditions are represented in our membership and visiting teachers.

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Title: Resurrection Lutheran Church of Flushing

URL: http://rlcflushing.homestead.com/

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Title: St. Patrick's Cathedral

URL: http://saintpatrickscathedral.org/

Description: The cornerstone of St. Patrick’s Cathedral was laid in 1858 and her doors swept open in 1879. It was over 150 years ago when Archbishop John Hughes announced his inspired ambition to build the “new” St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

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Title: Saint Peter's Church

URL: http://saintpeters.org/

Description: Saint Peter’s Church is an evangelical catholic communion of diverse people and communities publicly seeking God’s nourishment and creatively shaping life in the city.

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Title: Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church

URL: http://saintspyridon.net/

Description: Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church is located in Washington Heights (northern Manhattan) on Wadsworth Avenue between 179th and 180th Street, just three blocks east of the George Washington Bridge. The church was organized and named Saint Spyridon in 1931 and contains some of the finest Byzantine iconography and architecture in the world.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

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Title: Church of St. Charles Borromeo and Chapel of the Resurrection

URL: http://scbrchurch.org/

Description: The history of St. Charles Borromeo is integrally bound to the social and cultural changes in Manhattan’s Harlem Community of New York City. The present Gothic structure often referred to as “The Cathedral of Harlem” was completed in 1904. His Holiness Pope John Paul II visited the church on his visit to America on October 2, 1979.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Seamen's Church Institute

URL: http://seamenschurch.org/

Description: Founded in 1834 and affiliated with the Episcopal Church, though nondenominational in terms of its trustees, staff and service to mariners, the Seamen’s Church Institute of New York & New Jersey (SCI) is the largest, most comprehensive mariners’ service agency in North America.

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URL: http://secondcanaanbaptistchurch.org/

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Title: First Ukrainian Assembly of God

URL: http://slavicchurchny.org/

Description: First Ukrainian Assembly of God is located at 9 East 7th Street on the corner of 3rd Avenue in the East Village of Manhattan in New York City. Church Service is held on Sunday’s at 10:00 AM and conducted in the Russian & Ukrainian languages.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Shrine Church of Saint Anthony of Padua

URL: http://stanthonynyc.org/

Description: The Shrine Church, located in the SoHo (Greenwich Village) section of Manhattan, in New York City, on the corner of West Houston and Sullivan Streets, is staffed by the Franciscan Friars (Order of Friars Minor), Province of the Immaculate Conception. Established in 1866, it is the oldest existing parish founded for ministry to Italian immigrants in the United States.

Captured 2 times between Dec 14, 2012 and Jan 03, 2013

Title: Saint Dumitru Romanian Orthodox Church

URL: http://stdumitru.org/

Description: Saint Dumitru Romanian Orthodox Church is located at 50 West 89th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side in New York City.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Saint Illuminators Armenian Apostolic Cathedral

URL: http://stilluminators.org/

Description: In the years following the genocide, St. Illuminator’s Armenian Apostolic Cathedral beckoned like a bright beacon of hope for a generation of survivors. After they landed on Ellis Island they quickly found their way to this modest church on a bustling street in the shadow of the “EL” where they searched for family members, village neighbors, and the anchor for a new life. In 1914, St. Illuminator’s members began to collect funds to purchase the church and its furnishings from the Methodists; six years later it came into Armenian ownership. In April 1921, St. Illuminator’s, at 221 East 27th Street, was consecrated as a cathedral. It, and the building next door, were ours. A new “homeland” at last!

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church

URL: http://stjohn.ny.goarch.org/

Description: St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church is located in the neighborhood of Gramercy Park in Manhattan at 143 East 17th Street near Third Avenue, New York City.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: St. John the Divine

URL: http://stjohndivine.org/

Description: St. John the Divine, officially the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in the City and Diocese of New York, is the cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. Located on Amsterdam Avenue between 110th Street, which is also known as "Cathedral Parkway", and 113th Street in Manhattan's Morningside Heights, the cathedral disputes with Liverpool Anglican Cathedral the title of the largest cathedral and Anglican church and fourth largest Christian church in the world.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: St. John's Lutheran Church

URL: http://stjohnsnyc.org/

Description: St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church has existed on Christopher Street in Greenwich Village since 1855. Although Germans settled mainly in the area east of the Bowery, there was a community in Greenwich Village which existed until the end of World War I. The Federal-style building with a domed cupola, built in 1821-22 for the Eighth Presbyterian Church, is one of the oldest religious buildings in Greenwich Village. In 1842, the property was sold to St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, who worshiped here until 1855 when it was turned over to the German Lutherans. Victorian features were added in 1886 by Berg & Clark, and the pediment was inscribed, “Deutsche Evangelish-Lutherische St. Johannes Kirche.” St. John’s is within the Greenwich Village Historic District of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.

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Title: Saint Michael's Chapel

URL: http://stmichaelruscath.org/

Description: St Michael's Church was established as a parish in 1936 to meet the needs of Russian immigrants living in the New York metropolitan area, to nurture and transmit to future generations the Community's unique faith tradition of the Russian Orthodoxy in communion with the See of Rome — or "Russian Catholicism." The church is located in SoHo (Greenwich Village) section of Manhattan, in New York City, at 266 Mulberry Street. The area is best-known as “Little Italy.”

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: The Church of Saint Paul

URL: http://stpaulchurchive.org/

Description: The Church of Saint Paul is a Roman Catholic Parish founded in 1834 that serves the neighborhood of East Harlem in New York City. The parish is in the care of the Institute of the Incarnate Word. The Mission of the Church of Saint Paul mirrors the mission of the Archdiocese of New York and the Institute of the Incarnate Word.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

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Title: The Church of St Paul the Apostle

URL: http://stpaultheapostle.org/

Description: On January 4, 1876 the cornerstone for the Church of St. Paul the Apostle was laid, and so began the construction of the Mother Church of the Paulist Fathers in the Hell’s Kitchen, Clinton neighborhood on Manhattan’s west side in New York City. As architect-in-charge Father George Deshon, one of the original Paulists and a West Point engineer, brought the church to completion in January 1885.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Serbian Orthodox Cathedral St. Sava Church

URL: http://stsavanyc.org/

Description: The Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava in New York City is located at 16 West 26th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues) in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea. The Cathedral, designed in the Gothic-Victorian style by noted English architect Jacob Wrey Mould (1825-1886) and completed in 1868 enjoys the reputation of being Mould’s only surviving structure in New York City.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist

URL: http://tenthchurchnyc.com/

Description: Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist, is a branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, MA.

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Title: Church of the Annunciation

URL: http://theannunciation.net/

Description: Established in 1854, Church of the Annunciation was the first Roman Catholic Church built on Manhattan’s west side above 2nd Street. It ministered particularly when it was founded to the Irish Catholic laborers building the Hudson River Railroad. Today, Annunciation Church in West Harlem is open for the community and dedicated to provide a home for people of all economic, racial, and social backgrounds.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Church-in-the-Gardens

URL: http://thecitg.org/

Description: The Church-in-the-Gardens held its first worship service in October of 1912, in a store in Station Square. Forty people were present. Next came the donation of the current church property, on the corner of Ascan Avenue and Greenway North, and a temporary, portable wooden chapel. In 1914, Mrs. Sage arranged to have our lovely sanctuary building built. It was dedicated in 1915.

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URL: http://thecitg.org/music/jazz-vespers/

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Title: Wall Street Synagogue

URL: http://thewallstreetsynagogue.org/

Description: Wall Street Synagogue located in Lower Manhattan in New York City practices Open Synagogue. This is a program of the Wall Street Synagogue, a Klal Israel shul, which embraces every Jew. No knowledge of Hebrew or previous religious experience needed to participate.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Title: Church of Saint Joseph

URL: http://washingtonsquarecatholic.org/

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Title: West End Synagogue

URL: http://westendsynagogue.org/

Description: West End Synagogue’s home is located in a former public library in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Manhattan’s Upper West Side in New York City. Utilizing the principles of Reconstructionist Judaism, members celebrate the richness and diversity of Jewish tradition through study, prayer, meditation, music and tikkun olam, the Hebrew term for acts of repairing the world.

Captured  on Dec 14, 2012

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Title: Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York

URL: http://www.4thu.org/

Description: The Fourth Universalist Society is a Unitarian Universalist congregation, a liberal religious presence in New York City since 1838, welcoming people of all cultural, religious, racial and ethnic backgrounds. Fourth U is the sole survivor of seven Universalist churches in New York City and now has about 150 members. Sunday Services are held at 11:00 AM on the Upper West Side location of Central Park West and West 76th Street. The tower and features of the sanctuary are replicas of the medieval tower and buildings at Magdalen College in Oxford, England.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

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Title: Abyssinian Baptist Church

URL: http://www.abyssinian.org/

Description: In 1808, a group of Africans in America and Ethiopian sea merchants, armed with their faith in God and strengthened by mercies already seen, left First Baptist Church in lower Manhattan and withdrew forever their membership. They had refused to accept racially segregated seating in God’s house and were determined to start their own church. Abyssinian moves forward in faith, a church with a vision to be a vanguard for positive social change. The Abyssinian Baptist Church in the City of New York is located at 132 Odell Clark Place (formerly 138th Street) in Central Harlem.

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Title: Armenian Evangelical Church of New York

URL: http://www.aecnyc.org/

Description: The first Sunday services of the Armenian Evangelical Church were held on November 14, 1896 at the Adams Memorial Presbyterian Church on East Thirtieth Street. Rev. H. H. Khazoyan, who had just arrived from Turkey for theological studies, led the initial organization of the church and thereafter became the first pastor. While there were a few Armenians in New York City at the time, the persecutions and massacres of Armenians in Turkey that had begun in 1895 had started bringing increasing numbers of Armenians to America. Eager to continue their religious life in their new homeland, Armenians flocked to the new Church.

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URL: http://www.albaseerah.org/

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Title: All Nations Baptist Church of Woodhaven

URL: http://www.allnationsbaptist.net/

Description: Established in 1896 as the Union Course Baptist Church,the current church building was erected in 1910. During the 1950s, the church purchased the property of its own accord from the Long Island Baptist Association and changed its name to the Woodhaven Baptist Church, becoming an independent Baptist Church. In May of 2003, the Woodhaven Baptist Church congregation voted to merge its membership, its assets, its deacons, and its missionaries with the All Nations Bible Baptist Church of Elmhurst, Queens, New York.

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Title: American Buddhist Study Center

URL: http://www.americanbuddhiststudycenter.org/

Description: The American Buddhist Study Center, Inc. (ABSC), formerly known as the American Buddhist Academy, was founded in 1951 by the late Reverend Hozen Seki as a Buddhist cultural center. Rev. Seki sought to provide a Buddhist study center for people interested in learning more about the Buddhist teachings with particular emphasis toward Shin Buddhism.

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Title: Annunciation of The Blessed Virgin Mary Parish

URL: http://www.annunciation-ny.com/

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Title: The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

URL: http://www.annunciation-nyc.org/

Description: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church of New York now resides at 302 West 91st Street on Manhattan’s Upper West. While the church has gone through several relocations, its roots can be traced back to the 19th Century and the attempts of a few who sought to serve the needs of the many Greeks immigrating to New York City.

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Title: Ascension Church, Forest Hills

URL: http://www.ascensionforesthills.org/

Description: In September 2003, a group of residents from Forest Hills and surrounding neighborhoods gathered at a local restaurant to discuss forming a church in Forest Hills. Also in attendance was the Kytka family, who were native New Yorkers temporarily stationed in St. Louis. The following summer, the Kytka family moved to Forest Hills. Along with a group of people who wanted to be a part of a local expression of the Church at large, they worked towards making Ascension a reality. Ascension Church launched its first public service in April 2006.

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Title: As-Siddiq Muslim Organization

URL: http://www.assiddiq.org/

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Title: Astoria Community Church

URL: http://www.astoriachurch.org/

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Title: Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church

URL: http://www.augustanalc.org/

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Title: Foundation of Love, USA, Ahlul Bayt Central Mosque

URL: http://www.babulmadina.com/

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Title: Bangladesh Hindu Mandir

URL: http://www.bangladeshhindumandir.org/

Description: The mission of Bangladesh Hindu Mandir is to perform religious rites, congregate to worship and hold religious and cultural festivals throughout the year. The Mandir will also hold discussions on Hindu religion and moral philosophy with a view to familiarize our posterity with the teachings and ethical value system of Hinduism.

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Title: Bethel Baptist Fellowship

URL: http://www.bethelbaptistfellowship.org/

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Title: Bethel Chinese Assemblies of God

URL: http://www.bethelchinese.org/

Description: Bethel Chinese Assembly of God is a Pentecostal church located in New York Chinatown. With both Chinese and English services, we bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to people of all nationalities.

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Title: Bethlehem Lutheran Church

URL: http://www.bethlehembayridge.org/

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Title: Bethlehem Church

URL: http://www.bethlehemchurchonline.com/

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Title: Brooklyn Heights Synagogue

URL: http://www.bhsbrooklyn.org/

Description: Brooklyn Heights Synagogue is a warm, inclusive, Jewishly diverse congregational community dedicated to lifelong learning and to caring for the world and each other. We value the diverse ways in which our members express their Jewish identities as we maintain an abiding respect for the traditions of the Jewish people. We have shared celebration, learning, service, and worship since our founding in 1960. Today we are a community of over 450 member units made up of families, couples, and singles who live not only in nearby Brownstone Brooklyn neighborhoods and DUMBO, but also in Lower Manhattan and other neighborhoods throughout the city.

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URL: http://www.bhuvaneshwarmandir.com/

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Title: Bialystoker Synagogue

URL: http://www.bialystoker.org/

Description: The Bialystoker Synagogue was organized in 1865 on the Lower East Side of New York City. The Synagogue began on Hester Street, moved to Orchard Street, and then ultimately to its current location on Willet Street, more recently renamed Bialystoker Place.

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Title: Congregation B'nai Avraham

URL: http://www.bnaiavraham.com/

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Title: Bringing Back Pentecost Outreach Ministry Inc.

URL: http://www.bringingbackpentecost.org/

Description: Bringing Back Pentecost Outreach Ministry is a family of believers and intercessors who love the lord with passion. We are a Christ-centered, non-denominational church. Our doctrine is based on the unadulterated word of God. We follow the Teaching of the apostles in the Book of Acts. We are a church flowing in praise, prayer, prophecy and the word of God. BBPM manifests the gifts of the Holy Spirit, bringing back the pentecostal state of mind which includes: unity of the body, the sound of the anointing and the outpouring of the Spirit of God. In addition, and most importantly, the propagation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Title: Vajradhara Meditation Center

URL: http://www.brooklynmeditation.org/

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Title: Brooklyn Tabernacle

URL: http://www.brooklyntabernacle.org/

Description: The Brooklyn Tabernacle is a multicultural, non-denominational church in the heart of downtown Brooklyn. The church began with a handful of members in a small, rundown building in a difficult area of the city, and today it is a congregation of about ten thousand people who attend the weekly services. Pastor Jim Cymbala and his wife Carol, who directs the Grammy Award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, have had the privilege to not only preach the gospel in the inner city, but also to see new churches grow out of the congregation in response to needs in other parts of the city and elsewhere in the country, as well as internationally.

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Title: Brooklyn Zen Center

URL: http://www.brooklynzen.org/

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Title: The Parish of Calvary - St. George's

URL: http://www.calvarystgeorges.org/

Description: The roots of Episcopal Churches, together known as the Parish of Calvary – St. George’s, date back to 1749 when Trinity Church established the Chapel of St. George’s on Beekman Street in Lower Manhattan. The two churches that stand today and still offer Sunday services were built in the early-mid 19th Century. Both churches are located in the NYC neighborhood of Gramercy Park.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Videos: 36 Videos Captured

Title: Calvary Baptist Church

URL: http://www.cbcjny.org/

Description: Calvary Baptist Church of Jamaica (Queens), New York, Inc. was organized in 1929. During its history, it has been proudly and ably served by ten pastors, most notable among them is the late, beloved Rev. Dr. Walter Stockholm Pinn. During Dr. Pinn’s leadership, the present 30,000 square feet, 1,500-seat facility was erected and the membership grew to more than 3,000.

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Title: Central Synagogue

URL: http://www.centralsynagogue.org/

Description: Central Synagogue is a Reform congregation. Formed from the merger in 1898 of Shar HaShomayim, founded in 1839 by German Jews, and Ahawath Chesed, founded in 1846 by Bohemian Jews, the congregation changed its name to Central Synagogue in 1920 and is one of the oldest Reform congregations in New York City. Central Synagogue stands in Midtown Manhattan at the heart of one of the greatest centers of Jewish life as well as the known world.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Videos: 8 Videos Captured

Title: Chabad of the Upper East Side

URL: http://www.chabaduppereastside.com/

Description: Chabad of the Upper East Side is part of a world-wide organazation of Chabad-Lubavitch, under the leadership and guidance of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.

Captured  on Dec 07, 2012

Videos: 22 Videos Captured

Title: Christ Church New York City

URL: http://www.christchurchnyc.com/

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