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    By Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian senator on Wednesday accused the government of trying to whitewash its hard-line asylum seeker policies by blocking access to a detention center holding 157 Sri Lankan migrants recently held at sea by authorities for almost a month. Under the policies, aimed at stopping asylum seekers reaching Australia's


The City Q/A. Journey Retrospectives II

The City Q/A. Journey Retrospectives II

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Journey Retrospectives/Retros I

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The Great BQE Disruption of evangelicals in Williamsburg-Greenpoint

The Great BQE Disruption of evangelicals in Williamsburg-Greenpoint

Bulldozers uprooted congregations, 5000+ people. A Journey Retro

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So you think you can dance the Giglio in Williamsburg? Watch!

So you think you can dance the Giglio in Williamsburg? Watch!

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church runs this manageable, fun fiesta of immigrants from Nola, just outside of Naples, Italy.

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Food politics and dirty dishes in #Brooklyn church

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The Meal @StLydias #Brooklyn

The Meal @StLydias #Brooklyn

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South Crown Heights finished!

South Crown Heights finished!

Census map for Community District 9

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Bushwick, Brooklyn started!


Brooklyn Historical Society is located 128 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201 at the corner of Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights.

Hours: Wednesday-Sunday, 12-5pm

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Rev Paul Murphey

Church of the 4 All's: Applying all of the Bible to all of life so all members can glorify God in all they do.
11:00am and 2:00pm every Sunday, 49 Fulton St (at St. Margaret’s House)
Founded 2002

Rev Paul Murphey
Messiah's Reformed Fellowship, Lower Manhattan

Supports "Bridge to Life"
Traditional and contemporary services
123-07 22nd Ave
Founded 1857

Rev Arthur Gillespie
St John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, College Point, Queens

"We are based on Prayer for all the nations and people in need."

Rev Joshua Kim
Holy Mountain Korean Lutheran Mission, Elmhurst, Queens

Rev Darren Ferguson

We have turned ourselves into a recovery center for people hurt by Hurricane Sandy.
Sun 11am
348 Beach 71st St
Arverne, NY 11692

Rev Darren Ferguson
Mt Carmel Baptist Church

We operate a pantry, give the word, pray with people from every nation.
Manhattan, NY

Rev Argentina Ortiz
Liberation & Healing Ministries

We take care of the spiritual well-being of immigrants.

Rev Myo Maw
Myanmar Baptist Church, Elmhurst, Queens

"We work hard to help people to mature in Christ."

Rev Lissie Cook
New Brighton Church of God in Christ, SI

Serve bread & coffee on Thursday mornings to Hispanic day-laborers.
Founded 2005

Rev Stanley Park
Cham Doen Presbyterian Church, Flushing, Queens

Rev Matt Brown

Outreach, mercy and tutoring.
Park Slope, 10:30am, John Jay High School, 237 7th Ave
Williamsburg, 5:30 pm @ St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 334 S. 5th St.
Flatbush, 10:30am, 911 Flatbush Ave.

Rev Matt Brown
Brooklyn Presbyterian Church, Prospect Park, Brooklyn

100-17 32and Ave

Rev Pierre Duvert
Episcopal Church of the Resurrection

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