Faith In Brooklyn for Nov. 4

Brooklyn Brandeis Society Program on Kristallnacht Welcomes German Consul General Brita Wagener … Full Article

Series on Israel conversations begins this Sunday

“How Do We Talk About Israel?” A series of talks this fall designed to nurture civil discourse will engage the community on the complexities of this question surrounding Israeli politics and diplomacy. … Full Article

Brooklyn’s top Roman Catholic clergyman urges a world view on immigration

The bishop of Brooklyn says the next president of the U.S. had better know what in the world, literally, is going on with immigration. … Full Article

Nationally acclaimed organist Kaminski gives benefit recital for scholarship fund

The American Guild of Organists (AGO)-Brooklyn Chapter, among its many projects, is actively committed to nurturing the talents of young musicians. … Full Article

Cathedral celebrates 50 years of a Maronite Bishop’s U.S. presence

Months of anticipation and preparation came to fruition recently with the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the presence of a Maronite bishop in the USA. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for Oct. 26

Joy of Torah Was Present, Even in Lighter Crowds … Full Article

Antiochian Orthodox community honors St. Raphael of Brooklyn

Yes, Brooklyn does have its own saint. Antiochian Orthodox Christians celebrate the feast and life of St. Raphael of Brooklyn each November for his work in establishing the Syrian mission here. He was the first Orthodox bishop consecrated in North America. … Full Article

St. Mary’s Orthodox Church hosts art auction

The St. Mary’s Antiochian Orthodox Church’s Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) recently hosted an art auction featuring some world-class artwork, memorabilia and collectables. … Full Article

Lute Enterprises, with Brooklyn Heights artists, presents an evening of jazz

Brooklyn Heights residents Lucille Dandridge and Daniela Gioseffi are teaming up to present an evening of jazz at the McKinney Chapel of First Unitarian Church. … Full Article

Town hall tackles issue of child sexual abuse

Children of Combahee will hold its first town hall on child sexual abuse in black churches, titled “From Pew to Pulpit: Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Speak,” on Saturday, Oct. 29, from noon to 3 p.m. The Concord Baptist Church of Christ, 833 Gardner C. … Full Article


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