Archive for the ‘God’s Row–Bedford Avenue’ Category
Controversies over anti-jihadist subway ads & NYPD surveillance.
And people been moaning and groaning―it was terrible. Then, I started singing and saw a light and I know I been home safe.
Our NYC Dream mini-series starts today. Coming up: Dreams in an African American church; and The Power of Dreams in the Bible!
The good will of faith-based groups on Bedford Avenue radiates into the side streets like rays of sunshine. Sometimes, we are surprised by where we see their lights.
100 Years in the House of the Lord
3 generations of Ukrainians maintain a bit of Europe in Williamsburg just off Bedford Avenue on North Fifth Street.
The unique sound and ‘”swag” of New Life Tabernacle’s choir brings people, especially young adults, inside the church doors. With a bishop who is also a recording artist, there’s no arguing that music is one of the foundations of the church’s ministry at 1476 Bedford Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Bishop Eric Figueroa, his wife [...]
First of a series on the religious sites of the longest street in Brooklyn, measuring 10.2 miles long encompassing 132 blocks.