Faith In Brooklyn for April 8

Interfaith Freedom’s Feast Weaves Together Hope, Love, Solidarity Prominent Faith Leaders From AroundNYC And Brooklyn Offer Reflections … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for April 1

Manhattan Beach Jewish Center Nominated For State, National Registers of Historic Places Assemblymember Cymbrowitz Calls Hurricane Sandy-Ravaged Building ‘A Real Survivor’ … Full Article

Elected officials help distribute food for Passover

Elected officials pitched in to help a charitable group give out free food for Passover during a distribution effort at the Brooklyn Navy Yard that was organized like a precise military operation. … Full Article

St. Finbar kids show adults the meaning of Good Friday

The children turned into teachers and the adults sat back in their pews and became students for a night at Saint Finbar Catholic Church in Bath Beach as students from the parish’s Religious Education School offered a dramatic presentation of the Stations of the Cross to help parishioners pr … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for March 27

Freedom’s Feast at BAM Café Offers Chance to Share Each Other’s Traditions April 4 Chosen for its Significance to Faith and Civil Rights Observances A diverse society that unites people — that’s New York City’s trademark. … Full Article

SCLC and SCOPE announce 50th anniversary reunion

Former volunteers from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s SCOPE Project, which registered African-American voters in the South during the summer of 1965, during the heyday of the Civil Rights Movement, are having their 50th anniversary reunion in  … Full Article

St. Anselm retreat helps parishioners understand Lent

Lent, the 40-day period between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday, is usually a time of reflection and prayer by Catholics. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for March 13

Pastor Ann Kansfield Appointed as First-Ever Female FDNY Chaplain Fire Department Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro has appointed Pastor Ann Kansfield of the Greenpoint Reformed Church in Brooklyn as the first-ever female FDNY chaplain. … Full Article

Rats and Rot: NYC report rips family homeless shelters

One family of six was living in a homeless-shelter apartment where a dead rat festered on the floor for two days. Another family had no living-room furniture and had been without electricity for days. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for March 6

Two Brooklyn Churches Receive Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards Other Recipients in Borough Include Conrad Duberstein Courthouse, Kings Theatre … Full Article


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