Posts Tagged ‘Jews’
Evangelicals in Williamsburg and Greenpoint 1900-1916. Part 9 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.
Footsteps says it has aided over 700 people in their exits.
Nearly 300 Latin American Jews gathered on the evening of Dec. 4, 2011 to celebrate the inauguration of their first community Torah of the Jewish Latin Center in New York. Members of the Latin Jewish Center come from almost every country of South America but most are immigrants from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and […]
In 1978 the number of evangelical church plants jumped to three times greater than the average number planted per year for the previous decades. Since then, the number of successful evangelical church plants has averaged 1.7% per year. By 2000 the church planting ratio translated into 80-100 evangelical churches and ministries planted per year. 50% […]
Part 4: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals and the religious context of 1975
There was not much happiness among the major religions of the city either. In City Center Manhattan the evangelical and liberal Protestants, Catholics and Jews were all in a depleted state. If Tammy had read The New York Times in August before she moved to the city, she would have discovered the dismal news from […]
Gentle and exhilerating
Brooklyn District 15 was a good time to visit friends in the Russian Jewish community.
Excerpts from “A Ministry Grows in Brooklyn” at christianitytoday.com Messianic leaders explore new strategies for reaching the Jewish community in the U.S. and Israel. Tony Carnes in New York City Earlier this year, Chosen People Ministries, a Messianic Jewish organization, purchased an 11,000-square-foot building in Kings Highway/Gravesend/Sheepshead Bay area, the heart of Orthodox Brooklyn. “If […]