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Archive-It Partner Since: May, 2008

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: https://library.columbia.edu/bts/web_resources_collection.html   

Description:

The Columbia University Libraries (CUL) web resources collection program archives selected websites in thematic areas corresponding to existing CUL collection strengths, websites produced by affiliates of Columbia University, and websites from organizations or individuals whose papers or records are held in CUL's physical archives.

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Title: Church of the Holy Family

URL: http://churchholyfamily.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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: The Epiphany Church

URL: http://epiphanychurchnyc.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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

Videos: 50 Videos Captured

Title: First Church of Religious Science

URL: http://fcrsny.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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Title: New York Garden Church

URL: http://nygc.us/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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

Videos: 2312 Videos Captured

Title: Saint Illuminators Armenian Apostolic Cathedral

URL: http://stilluminators.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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: Armenian Evangelical Church of New York

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

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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

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

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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: 46 Videos Captured

Title: Central Synagogue

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

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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: 162 Videos Captured

Title: Chapel of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Church of St. Stephen / Our Lady of the Scapular

URL: http://www.churchofststephen.com/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

Description: The Parish of St. Stephen’s was cut out of the Parish of St. John the Evangelist which at the time (1848) was situated at the present site of St. Patrick’s Cathedral at 50th Street and Fifth Avenue, and the Parish of the Nativity on lower Second Avenue. Today, the parish has two locations: St. Stephens Church at 151 East 28th, and the Chapel of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary at 325 E. 33rd, both in the neighborhood of Gramercy Park in Manhattan, New York City.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

Title: Diamond Way Buddhist Center New York

URL: http://www.diamondway.org/ny/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

Description: Diamond Way Buddhist Center New York is part of an international network of over 600 meditation centers in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. The centers were started due to the unique inspiration of Lama Ole Nydahl according to the wishes of H.H. 16th Karmapa. They are now under the spiritual guidance of H.H. 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Trinley Thaye Dorje.

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Title: Downtown Meditation Community New York

URL: http://www.dnymc.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

Description: The Downtown Meditation Community is comprised of individuals who come together to practice and study the dhamma, the teachings of the Buddha. The programs, held for the most part in the downtown area of Manhattan, are led by Peter Doobinin and other teachers. These classes, courses, and retreats offer an opportunity to cultivate the practice of insight meditation and develop the skillful qualities that enable us to live in a more joyful and compassionate manner. It is our vision to provide an environment where students are able to deepen in dhamma practice, learn to integrate dhamma practice in their everyday lives, experience an intimate relationship with the teacher and other practitioners, and participate in the evolution of the community.

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Title: Marble Collegiate Church

URL: http://www.marblechurch.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

Description: Marble Collegiate Church is the oldest place of worship of the Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York, organized in 1628 under the Dutch West India Company when Peter Minuit was Governor of New Amsterdam. Norman Vincent Peale was the pastor of Marble Collegiate Church for 52 years and one of the most influential religious figures of the 20th Century. Marble Church's current structure was built in 1854 at 5th Avenue & West 29th Street in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

Videos: 36 Videos Captured

Title: Church of Our Saviour

URL: http://www.oursaviournyc.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

Description: The Church of Our Saviour is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. The parish was established in 1955. The church itself, located at 59 Park Avenue at 38th Street in Manhattan, was completed in 1959.

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Title: The Church of Saint Agnes

URL: http://www.stagneschurchnyc.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

Description: The Church of Saint Agnes in the heart of midtown Manhattan, just half a block from Grand Central Terminal and across 43rd Street from the Chrysler Building, ministers to the needs of local residents, businessmen, and commuters alike. The church was established in 1873 to serve the laborers at the nearby Grand Central Depot. They offer numerous Masses and three hours of confession daily.

Captured  on Nov 16, 2011

Title: The New York Theosophical Society

URL: http://www.theosophy-ny.org/

Collection: Burke Library New York City Religions

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