Posts tagged as: Church

“All-Inclusive” Church Searches, Again, for New Home

“All-Inclusive” Church Searches, Again, for New Home

A Harlem church serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community finds itself without a home for the fourth time in six years.

Home Schooling: A Washington Heights Family Chooses a Different Approach to Education

Home Schooling: A Washington Heights Family Chooses a Different Approach to Education

Homeschooling becomes more mainstream, as one uptown family discovers.

With New Leadership, Mormon Church Settles Into Harlem Home

With New Leadership, Mormon Church Settles Into Harlem Home

The Harlem First Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints initially faced opposition to its location, but has gradually found a place in the community.

What Lies Beneath: Harlem’s Crypt Chapel

What Lies Beneath: Harlem’s Crypt Chapel

The Church of the Intercession’s Crypt Chapel is a popular movie location and plays host to jazz sessions.

Hip-Hop Church Keeps the Faith Despite Dwindling Numbers

Hip-Hop Church Keeps the Faith Despite Dwindling Numbers

Since Kurtis Blow stopped leading services in 2008, attendance at the Hip-hop Church at Greater Hood Memorial AME Zion has slumped.

East Harlem Church Struggles to Pay for Repairs

East Harlem Church Struggles to Pay for Repairs

St. Cecilia’s Church in East Harlem, founded in 1873, is attempting to raise $1.2 million to fund extensive repairs.

Church Stakes Out Future with New Food Pantry

Church Stakes Out Future with New Food Pantry

Responding to increased hunger in Harlem and Washington Heights, North Presbyterian is trying to feed the neighborhood, even as it struggles to keep its own footing.

MTA Battle Continues as Harlem’s Oldest Church Turns 350

MTA Battle Continues as Harlem’s Oldest Church Turns 350

Politicians celebrate with Elmendorf, while the MTA continues its investigation into the burial ground beneath a bus depot.

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