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November 26, 2013
Boxes of Love for Thanksgiving & more!
November 24, 2010
This Sunday November 7th will be the 101st Anniversary of The Chapel at The Bowery Mission. We prepared this coffee table booklet for the Anniversary Celebration and thought that you would like an exclusive peak.
October 5, 2010
What church would get rid of its pews to make more room for feeding the poor? Surely, wouldn’t the pastor resign, the elders stomp out in exasperation, and the members hastily decamp for a properly pewed church? All that didn’t happen at a Lower East Side church ten years ago when it did just […]
June 23, 2010
In NYC’s history evangelical Christians, Jews, Catholics and secularists have often allied for the common good. Might photo-journalist Jacob Riis guide us to a new “bleeding-heart” alliance?
June 7, 2010
In 2009 churches and ministries provided over $2 billion worth of social services in New York City. The investments of NYC Christian churches are helping thousands of personal turnarounds which in turn help to transform our communities. The dollar value of NYC Christian congregations’ provision for our city’s social welfare is much greater than the amount […]
June 4, 2010
Last, November the Bowery Mission celebrated its 130 Anniversary and the 100th Anniversary of its Chapel. The Lower East Side mission demonstrates that evangelicals have always put compassion and evangelism together. In our 2007 survey conducted with NYC Leadership Center the number one agenda item for NYC metropolitan area evangelical church and ministry leaders are […]