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5 Unforgettable posts from one year ago

Feeding the hungry, peoples of NYC,global gathering of evangelicals, & religious riches of Crown Heights, Brooklyn

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Roots religion in Jackson Heights, Queens. El Indio Amazonico. Photo: Tony Carnes/A Journey through NYC religions

Roots religion in Jackson Heights, Queens. El Indio Amazonico. Photo: Tony Carnes/A Journey through NYC religions

It was a great month last October. We continued our discussion on why we think "journey" is one of the master themes for this generation.

We also kicked off our series on religion in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, which was a finalist for the award for in-depth reporting given by the Religious Newswriters Association.

Finally, our reporter Pauline Dolle put her finger on a shift of focus by NYC evangelical churches from power politics to community organizing through the creation of micro-networks.

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Why we JOURNEY. No. 3. Journeying through the peoples of New York City

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At United Baptist Church, Ralph Avenue, Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Photo: Tony Carnes/A Journey through NYC religions

At United Baptist Church, Ralph Avenue, Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Photo: Tony Carnes/A Journey through NYC religions

Religious riches of Crown Heights, Brooklyn. 250 religious sites provide 52 million dollars of social services this year.

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Women from Masjid Ul Kawthar & Masjid At Taqwa praying in Prospect Park. Photo: Pauline Dolle/A Journey through NYC religions

Women from Masjid Ul Kawthar & Masjid At Taqwa praying in Prospect Park. Photo: Pauline Dolle/A Journey through NYC religions

Mosque is an oasis in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. At the corner of Nostrand Ave & Park Pl, a transcendent smell of burning incense & the soft murmur of prayers takes you away from the world of bustle.

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Anticipation builds before the opening of Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church food pantry in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

Anticipation builds before the opening of Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church food pantry in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

Tackling hunger in Crown Heights with fruits and vegetables. The food pantry of Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church on Eastern Parkway provides over $1 million a year in social welfare to Crown Heights residents.

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The future is Micro-Networks. A global evangelical gathering wants churches to shift the focus from power politics to community organizing.

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