Maybe Matt Kelley should have known better; he is a pastor, after all. In his United Methodist church in Nashville, fiddling with your cell phone during worship may be a little tacky, but you can get away with it if you’re discreet. Not so at Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem.
“I stupidly took up my […]Continue Reading →
In the most recent issue of Spectrum, Ruben Sanchez wrote an article about Faith House Manhattan. The article takes you through an immersion, and muses on the nature of diversity.
Experiencing your neighbor’s faith is easier when someone guides you, because as Henry D. Thoreau said, “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you […]Continue Reading →
When Faith House hosted the first immersion this summer, titled “Abrahamic Manhattan,” we were honored to have BBC’s Matthew Wells covering the event, which ran on BBC Four, Sunday Sequence in Ireland, and BBC World Service. Listen below for the story, and feel free to learn more about our immersions.Continue Reading →
Sonny Singh is a trumpet player, dhol player and vocalist, educator/activist, and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. Currently, Sonny fires up thousands around the tri-state area and nationally playing trumpet and singing in the 9-piece bhangra funk band, Red Baraat, the first and only dhol n’ brass band […]Continue Reading →
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