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Food politics and dirty dishes in #Brooklyn church

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St. Lydia’s #ParkSlope #Gowanus

The Meal @StLydias #Brooklyn

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St. Lydia’s does spiritual journeys by chowing down together. Part 3

The origin story of St. Lydia’s #Brooklyn

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A micro-church built around a meal in Park Slope. Part 2

A church planted around a meal in Park Slope, #Brooklyn

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Soul searching over homecooking at St. Lydia’s. Part 1

Kitchens of Faith, For July 4th cook delicious Jamaican Black eyed peas and rice from a Harlem recipe!

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25 Years on The Relief Bus

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At 7 a.m. every day a bus loaded with vegetable soup, hot chocolate and volunteers goes out to serve the poor and homeless of NYC

Evidence of New Yorkers’ heart at The Bowery Mission

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  At Thanksgiving the heart of New York City’s people is on display at The Bowery Mission. “Everybody can be great,” said Martin Luther King, Jr., “because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need [...]

Kitchens of Faith: Try a Vietnamese pho soup for Thanksgiving!

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Chef Han Lien prepares sumptuous Sunday meals for his church.

Kitchens of Faith for Labor Day: Indonesian Chicken Rendang

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Try out this delicious recipe from chef Henny Wong of Last Rain Ministry Church in Elmhurst, Queens!

Mobile photo: Java Village, Elmhurst, Queens.

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Meeting with former Journeyer Chris, we randomly picked out this Indonesian restaurant, and of course, it turned out to be a faith-based business! Our host goes to Bethel Church. Lunch special is a tasty bargain! 86-10 Justice Ave, near intersection of Broadway and Queens Blvd.

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