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Updated! Are faith-based community gardeners a sign of changes in NYC politics?

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Update: Gardeners fight off illegal dumpers! Rally on June 17th against dumping by city!

Sukkah City, NY

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Camping out on the way to the Holy Land.

Come join A Journey! @ Imani Garden, Crown Heights, Brooklyn

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Imani means “Faith.” Garden founded by Our Lady of Charity RC Church. Chickens maintained by bkfarmyards.com. Garden is run by NY Restoration Project.

Central Park: the largest religious art work in New York City, Part 2. Series: God in NYC gardens

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In 1858 Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux started their design of Central Park. Olmsted was particularly taken by theologian Horace Bushnell.

Central Park: the largest religious art work in the city, Part 1. Series: God in NYC Gardens

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Central Park is “a specimen of God’s handiwork” that its designer Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903) said would heal “the hundreds of thousands of tired workers” of their “vital exhaustion,” “nervous irritation” and “constitutional depressions.”

Gardens of Vishnu & Shiva. Series: God in NYC gardens

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Sahadeo’s Hindu gardening is an example how growing a garden in New York City can be a catalyst for a sense of purpose in life. The gardens create an meaningful order for life in America and a vivid remembrance of home country traditions and beliefs.

Back to the Garden. A national movement to “bear good fruit in every good deed.” Series: God in NYC Gardens

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“Back to the garden” is a new way of doing faith that adds a missional tweak to traditional gardening. Across the nation, congregations and ministries are planting sweet corn around their sites, mobilizing gardening networks for the needy, and rediscovering the value of low-tech, high-touch community.

The Garden of Gethsemane in Ocean Hill-Brownsville, Brooklyn. Series: God in NYC Gardens

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In the days when police wore T-shirts in Brooklyn that said “The Killing Fields” to signify that the borough had the highest-proof cocktail of violence and mayhem in the nation, Phillip Foster started “The Garden of Gethsemane.”

The Garden of Eden on Eldridge Street. Series: God in NYC Gardens

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In the 1970s a few reckless souls dared to try to put back together the bombed out neighborhoods in the Lower East Side.

The Biblical Gardens of NYC. Series: God in NYC gardens

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Yankee fans will appreciate that The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine’s Biblical Garden has a plant representing exile: the palm tree.

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