“Jail Ain’t No Good” Walk-A-Thon in Harlem

jail aint no good annual walkathon 2014The Masjid Malcolm Shabazz community is inviting all Harlemites to join us on April 26th as a participant in the “Jail Ain’t No Good” Walk-A-Thon. Continue Reading →

Harlem Hates Hate At ATLAH Church

atlah-protest-3-thumb-480xauto-36405On Saturday, March 29th, 2014 more than 50 LGBT activists from groups like ACT UP demonstrated in front of the ATLAH Church on Lenox Avenue in Harlem, protesting the church’s controversial sign (right) that called for the stoning of gay people. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: David V. Goliath in Harlem

samuel church templeBy Renae Francis & Tyrone Holmes

If you’ve ever walked along 125th Street between Park and Madison Avenue in the center of Historic Harlem,  New York you are apt to feel yourself entering a whole new world. Continue Reading →

Ma$e’s Church In Dispute Over His Lifestyle

maseSome of the worshipers told TMZ … they believe that Harlem man Mase is living a double life, spending as much time in the studio with hardcore rappers as in the church. Continue Reading →

Christopher Johnson and Christopher Creaghan Recital At Riverside Church

Riverside-Church1As part of its long-running Christ Chapel Chamber Series, The Riverside Church is hosting organ duo Christopher Johnson and Christopher Creaghan for a music recital… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s James “Anti Gay” Manning Is At It Again

BisNQn2CcAAghNfThe Harlem anti-gay church on Lenox Avenue and 123rd Street in Harlem neighborhood greeted passersby with a horrifying, homophobic message: “Jesus would stone homos.” Continue Reading →

Anti-Apartheid Icon Dr. Allan Boesak At The Riverside Church

imageAs part of its new church-wide initiative to address the growing economic disparities hurting so many U.S. citizens and threatening the nation’s future, The Riverside Church will host anti-apartheid leader and President of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, The Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak… Continue Reading →

Don’t Hate, Celebrate All Our Neighbors In Harlem

1969345_10152353613319047_121569995_nSTOP demonizing black LGBT people in Black Church Pulpits! The sad fact is more than half of the congregants in black churches aren’t married ANYWAY–and the kids in Sunday School live in single parent households. Continue Reading →

“A Healing In Harlem” Prayer Week With HCCI

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