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Wednesday to Friday, July 25-27, 2012 Join our first 3-Day Faith House Immersion this summer! Abrahamic Manhattan will include visits to three different Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities in Manhattan, providing a rich sampling of Abrahamic diversity in NYC. Imagine walking the streets of New York City! But instead of trotting beaten tourists paths, you […]

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We wish you were here! So many of us are experiencing rapidly increasing religious diversity in our families, among our friends, at work, in popular culture, and civic life. Those of you who have been supporting us over the years understand this, and we here in New York wish you were here, so that we […]

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Hindu Kirtan Community Service With Gadadhara Pandit Dasa and the Bhakti Center Monks and Congregation The Bhakti Center 25 First Ave, between 1st and 2nd Streets Closest Subway: F to 2nd Avenue (many other subways, a short walk) 10 am – Tour and Orientation 10:30 am – Kirtan and Weekly Service Our worship at The […]

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Sunday, March 28, 2010 6:30 – 9 PM Hurtado Hall St. Francis Xavier Church 55 West 15th Street Between 5th and 6th Avenues Voluntary donations welcome The Passover Seder is a ritualized meal commemorating the Exodus. This annual journey from slavery and bondage to freedom was also the setting of Jesus’ Last Supper. This Seder […]

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~  by Sylvia Hordosch who lives in Manhattan and works for the United Nations on gender issues. She is a feminist Christian and cannot hide her impatience with sexist language in society at large and in her faith community. As a native of Austria, she misses Vienna’s coffee houses. The adventure of people of different […]

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~ by Bowie Snodgrass “Web 2.0 is a term describing the trend in the use of World Wide Web technology and web design that aims to enhance creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, collaboration among users.” – Wikipedia One goal for Faith House is to be a place where we root ourselves deeper into our […]

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We are looking for individual investors who would like to “do well by doing good”. A key challenge this organization faces is New York City’s high cost of real estate. However, since residential property in Manhattan has historically represented an excellent medium- and long-term investment, a collaborative approach to this hurdle is compelling. Supportive investors […]

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~ by Lauralea Banks, a new Program Coordinator of Faith House Manhattan After deciding my life in Washington, DC, was not fulfilling or taking me where I wanted to go, I decided to seize the moment and pursue my wildest dream. Three years ago, I moved to Jordan for nine months to study Arabic.  I […]

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