Posts Tagged ‘Evangelicals’
Retrospectives on Williamsburg-Greenpoint: the Evangelical abolitionists; HIspanics; & the Williamsburg Bridge. Jewgrass in the synagogue
Jews & Evangelicals of Williamsburg & Greenpoint, Church in schools controversy, 1964 World’s Fair
Most of these Protestants are evangelicals who make up 15-21% of New York City metro area adult residents.
The rise of the “Los Sures” churches. Part 13 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.
Evangelicals in Williamsburg and Greenpoint 1900-1916. Part 9 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.
Part 1 of series “Jesus the New Yorker” on the remarkable resurrection of the evangelical Christians all over New York City
There a no certain statistics about the faiths of Haitians in New York City. We have sorted through various scholarly, religious organization and community estimates to arrive at our figures. We are also continuing to interview Haitian religious leaders about the attendance at their religious sites. We welcome any additional information. A majority of NYC […]
People in Mali, Africa wear “I love NYC” t-shirts to proclaim their mindset of hope and ambition. They are envious of their fellow Malieans who worked in New York City and now can proclaim on their t-shirts, “I’m from NYC”–love requited being so much more satisfying and exciting. You can think of New York City […]
After visiting so many new evangelical churches, Tammy Wong’s question is, how did this tremendous change come about? In 1975 there were only ten or so evangelical churches in Manhattan Center City (below 96th Street on the East Side and 125th Street on the West Side) that served English speaking professionals like her. By 2010 […]