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churches, cathedrals, temples
- Ch'an Meditation Center
The Ch'an Meditation Center is a place of serenity and self-cultivation, located in Elmhurst, Queens, a multicultural neighborhood in New York City. They welcome all those interested in meditation and the study and practice of Buddhism, regardless of background, age or ethnic origin.
- Church of Saint Mary Magdalene Home Page
A mission of the Anglican Province of Christ the King, using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer
- Congregation B'nai Jeshurun
Vibrant, politically and socially engaged Conservative synagogue
- Congregation Beth Simchat Torah
New York's Synagogue serving the lesbian and gay community
- Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York
Founded 1845; first Reform congregation in New York City; consolidated with Temple Beth-El in 1927; present structure completed in 1929 and dedicated in 1930; largest Jewish house of worship in the world; Goldsmith Religious School Building dedicated in 1963.
- Congregation Or Zarua
A conservative synagogue founded in 1989 in New York City's Upper East Side. Initially meeting at the 92nd St Y every Saturday, the congregation eventually outgrew the chapel there. In the fall of 1994, just in time for Succot, they moved into our current home in our their building at 127 East 82nd Street, just west of Lexington Avenue, which is where regular services are held.
- First Chinese Presbyterian Church of New York City
The First Chinese Presbyterian Church (FCPC) is located in the heart of New York City Chinatown with an active membership of over 470. Organized in 1910 as part of the Presbytery of New York City, FCPC has a rich history of service and outreach to the Chinatown and the Tri-State Chinese Community. In 1966, New York City Municipal Office declared both the Church building. and its Erben Pipe Organ Historic Landmarks.
- Korean American Presbyterian Church of Queens
In Korean with information how to display Han-Gul Fonts
- Lincoln Square Synagogue
Lincoln Square Synagogue is a Modern Orthodox Jewish synagogue on Manhattan's West Side. The Synagogue is known as the "flagship of Modern Orthodoxy" for its leadership and constant commitment to spiritual growth through the study of Torah, its chesed programs, and the unique hospitality it affords visitors from all parts of the world who are visiting New York City.
- Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
921 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021, Tel. 212.288.8920
- Menno House -- New York City Home Page
Menno House and Manhattan Mennonite Fellowship -- Located in Gramercy Park Area of Manhattan, they house an extensive Anabaptist and Peace Library -- Very unique in New York City.
- Middle Collegiate Church
The Middle Collegiate Church is an historic Protestant Church dedicated to celebrating and living the gospel of Christ in the East Village on the Lower East Side of the city of New York, with national, global and universal concerns in mind.
- Our Lady of the Roses, Mary, Help of Mothers Shrine
Marian apparition site in Bayside, Queens, New York. Hundreds of urgent messages to the world from Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary given over the past twenty-five years. Miraculous Photographs Displayed. Testimonials of miraculous physical cures and spiritual conversions. Petitons to the Blessed Virgin Mary accepted from this site. Rosary Vigil and Holy Hours at Flushing Meadow Park in Queens.
- Padmasambhava Buddhist Center
Devoted to the study and teaching of Tibetan Buddhism, and the preservation of the Tibetan culture. The Center is named after Padmasambhava, the enlightened teacher who brought Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century.
- Park Slope United Methodist Church
Home page for Park Slope United Methodist Church. A Personal, Social Justice and Earth Ministry in Park Slope, Brooklyn, welcoming a diversity of people in a warm, friendly and sharing service.
- St. John's in the Village
Most of us have a deep longing for a place where we can be accepted, loved, cared for, and affirmed. Whether we are single or coupled, adult or child, man or woman, the desire for community is common to all. At St. John's in the Village, they have found these things in an inclusive, supportive community of faith.
- St. Paul the Apostle Church
The Church of St. Paul the Apostle -- The Paulist Church at Lincoln Center
- Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 West 68th Street, New York, New York 10023
- The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
Information on visiting, worship, music and dance events; plus the virtual tour of St. John the Divine.
- The Conservative Synagogue of Fifth Avenue
A small, warm and friendly Synagogue right in the heart of New York's Greenwich Village.
- Trinity Church
On Ascension Day (May 16) 1996, The Parish of Trinity Church, Wall Street, launched a year-long observation of its 300th anniversary. During this tercentennial year, Trinity will focus on, and rededicate itself to, its rich tradition of worship, leadership, and community service.
- Village Zendo
A community of people who come together to practice in the Zen tradition. They do zazen, chanting services, retreats and study groups. They welcome practitioners and students of various traditions to join us at whatever level of commitment you wish.
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