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Posts Tagged ‘Redeemer Presbyterian Church’

The future is Micro-Networks

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A global evangelical gathering wants churches to shift the focus from power politics to community organizing.

Why we JOURNEY. No. 2

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Journey charts the geography of faith sites in New York City

A little bit of faith in Tech New York

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Are New York City religions contributing to the city’s booming start-up scene? Can Manhattan’s Silicon Alley rival Silicon Valley for faith-inspired enterprise?

Out of the Belly of the Beast. 9/11 and its impact on NYC’s evangelical churches

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The churches near World Trade Towers in New York City were shaken but were able to give immediate sanctuary in “the Belly of the Beast.”

Religion reporting on September 11, 2001

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At 9:01am Tuesday morning a federal agent rang, saying, “Turn on your television. I’ve got to go.”

Part 9: The Making of the Postsecular City. The East Side story

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Tammy next explored the East Side, coming back through Chinatown and the Lower East Side first. She visited the Primitive Christian Church on East Broadway which has a new ministry to second generation Hispanics. In the 1970s it burned down causing Marcos Rivera to leave his job with IBM to rebuild the church. He was […]

Part 8: The Making of the Postsecular City. The West Side story

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What evangelical church options does Tammy have today? There are now over 200 options for an evangelical looking for a church home in Manhattan Center City. OThis number is over ten times the number of options that Tammy had in 1975.

Part 6: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals’ comeback in 1978

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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% […]

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