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Faith In Brooklyn for Jan. 15

‘Let Freedom Ring’ Concert Brings Out Exuberant Bond with Musicians, Audience Freedom and joy both rang out at Plymouth Church last weekend.  … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for Jan. 9

Brooklyn Israel Film Festival, Marking Tenth Year, Presents The Best of Israeli Cinema … Full Article

Plymouth church hosts ‘Let Freedom Ring!’ concert

Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Heights – "the Grand Central Depot" on the Underground Railroad – makes for an incredible setting for “Let Freedom Ring! A Concert To Benefit Free the Slaves,” slated for Jan. … Full Article

Daughtry and grandson share experiences from Mandela funeral

The Rev. Herbert Daughtry, a charismatic Brooklyn pastor and widely-known civil rights activist, last week gave a press conference to report on his attendance at the private funeral and burial of former South African President Nelson Mandela. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for Jan. 2

Grace Church’s Restoration Project Featured Prominently in NY Times  … Full Article

Volunteers make church’s live Nativity a success

“We have reinforcements coming!” Susan Hanyen said gleefully as she stood on the front lawn of the New Utrecht Reformed Church in Bensonhurst on Saturday. … Full Article

Faith in Brooklyn: December 18

All Saints Church Celebrates Investiture of Fr. Paulikas as Rector The celebration of the Institution of the Rev. Steven D. Paulikas as 15th Rector of All Saints Church reached even beyond the parish family and Park Slope itself. … Full Article

Thanksgiving Brotherhood service bridges faiths

In the Mill Basin-Bergen Beach community, two houses of worship straddle East 69th Street: Temple Sholom, a Conservative synagogue and St. Bernard Roman Catholic Church. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for December 12

New Ministries Celebrated  … Full Article

Bensonhurst church offers live Nativity scene

Why put up a crèche when you can have something closer to the real thing? That’s the thinking of members of the New Utrecht Reformed Church in Bensonhurst, who prefer real live people to wood carved figures of Mary, Joseph and the shepherd boy in their Nativity scene. … Full Article

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