Archive for the ‘Harlem’ Category
This exclusive broadcast of the Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir & Chamber Orchestra honors the men & women killed or injured in the Metro North derailment in 2013. Donna Smith, a volunteer fire chaplain, was on her way to hear The Messiah. Jim Lovell was on his way to help with setting up the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Also killed was Kisook Ahn, a nurse, and James M. Ferrari. More than 60 were injured.
On the afternoon of November 17, 1976, jazz artist Mary Lou Williams opened a slot in her schedule so that she could put on an impromptu concert for the children. at Our Lady of Victory Catholic School in the Bronx.
Former Senior Pastor Carl Keyes agrees to pay back $1.2 million taken as loans from donations to 9/11 & Hurricane relief.
Hat shop with an Easter attitude.
Material objects have never been just symbols of the materialism of the secular city. They have always been the vehicles for religious discussion and moral solidarity.
Choreography by Alvin Alley
Mary Lou Williams is one of the few women in the pantheon of great jazz instrumentalists and a great Catholic artist. Duke Ellington once said, “She is like soul on soul.”
A Journey special report from New York City and Chiang Mai, Thailand*
The general feeling within the Mormon Church is that education never stops. Seventh in our series “The Power of the Mormons in New York City”
Queens born, Harlem bred Malakai Tha Truth is one of the better Christian rappers who started to sprout up in the city around 2005.