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The new meaning of “White” New Yorker

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The very meaning of “White” in New York City is changing.

Puerto Ricans and other Bushwick Hispanics. A HINGE report

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The last great wave of Hispanics in Bushwick may be the kids, who make-up over 70% of the school age population.

Sixty percent of Manhattan’s evangelical churches have started since 1978 — Washington Times

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If you want to learn more about this evangelical renaissance in Manhattan, the first place to go is the incredible website, A Journey Through NYC Religions. And in particular, read their 12-part series “The Making of the Post-Secular City” —beginning with the first part: “The Manhattan Evangelicals.”

New York City without a church? Updated!

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Tony Carnes and Pauline Dolle imagine a city without churches, Tim Keller offers a “catechesis” for a secular age.

OpEd: Small congregation, big heart

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A pastor in Staten Island laments that little churches like his own are looked down upon.

Does the Faith Ingredient Improve Educational Outcomes?

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The floors are being polished, the books are stacking up and school bells are being dusted off! The young scholars are coming back for more wisdom!

Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn SOJOURN — Our team

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Every street, alley way, & shopping mall to cover the religious sites of 133,000 people. Our final count is…see inside!

Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — At the time, I didn’t like whites.

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HINGE: Confronting racism & one’s own unhingement by the anger at racism are both issues that are embodied in the ministry of Bishop Lonnie Stocks at The Jesus Saves Ministry Deliverance Center on 529 Evergreen Avenue.

The “Hood” pastor reimagines Christianity in Harlem

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The Gathering is a newly formed church in Harlem led by the Rev. Kenneth Hart, who uses music, food and art to unite old & new Harlem

The Health Crises in Bushwick, Brooklyn and the perils of secularism

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Take a look at the common interests of faith-based groups and hospitals in the medical crises in Bushwick

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