Pope Francis Welcome Video Site To Be Launched Today Before He Visits Harlem

image002Before Pope Francis and honorary Harlem Globetrotter visits Our Lady Queen of Angels School, on East 112th Street in East Harlem, the site CharityHasNoBoundaries.org, has been launched. Continue Reading →

Liberian Community To Hold Service At St. Philip’s Church In Harlem

StPhilips church in harlemTo mark their country’s 168th Independence Anniversary, the Liberian Community Association of New York City will hold an Intercessory Church Service on Sunday, July 19th at 9:30am at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church located at 204 West 134th Street in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Lawd: Harlem Pastor Accused Of Illegally Selling Church

harlem5n-11-webA Harlem pastor accused of selling his church for a song is now singing the blues.

The Holy Cross African Orthodox Church, a longtime local fixture in its W. 129th St. townhouse, is the center of a holy war started by recently-defrocked Bishop Alfred Drake’s last-ditch land deal. Continue Reading →

The Ornette Coleman Home Going In Harlem (video)

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Join the celebration of the life at the Home Going for Ornette Coleman at The Riverside Church in Harlem, New York.

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Angry Harlemites Call Out Hating Pastor Manning (video)

Neighbors-confront-Pastor-James-David-Manning-WPIX-800x430Angry neighbors confronted a flamboyantly anti-LGBT pastor over the hateful messages he posts outside his Harlem church. Continue Reading →

Harlem Pride LGBT Sunday On Father’s Day At St. Philip’s

 

st. philips lgbtJoin LGBT Sunday on Father’s Day at St. Philip’s in Harlem. They will also have a special selection during Holy Communion by a LGBT artist from the community. Continue Reading →

Parishioners In Harlem Prepare For Changes

st barths in harlemThe final decision to merge All Saints with St. Charles Borromeo parish in Harlem has the Catholic community there working on a plan to welcome parishioners. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Bishop Robert Clarence Lawson (video)

bishop lawsonRobert Clarence Lawson was born on May 5, 1883 in New Iberia, Louisiana. His parents died when he was very young and he was raised by an aunt, Peggy Fraser, during his early childhood. Continue Reading →

Black Churches Have Collected $420 Billion?

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LiveSteez research shows that Black churches, in aggregate, have collected more than $420 billion in tithes and donations since 1980. Continue Reading →