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Church of the Madonna is an ancient church which was established in the 19th century. The beautiful architecture of the building is well preserved and the church is fully functional even today. Regular services and ceremonies are held at the church.
The Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist is now referred to as Hebrew Tabernacle of Washington Heights. This Art Deco style building was completely constructed in 1932 and featured in the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.
Founded in 1913, Fort Washington Presbyterian Church emerged owing to the understanding between West Presbyterian and Park Presbyterian Churches. The older church was sold and new church was built from the sales proceeds. It is also known as Iglesia Presbiteriana Fort Washington Heights and has Puerto Rican and Dominican followers too. In 1982, it was handed over to the Hispanic congregation.
The facilities provided by this center include emergency room, intensive care, obstetrical unit and more. In addition, surgery, urology, neurosurgery and inpatient radiology services are also available. Facilities of this center are shared by New York City's Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Public parking is available at West 165th Street and Fort Washington Avenue.
The renowned Edgewater Public Library that was constructed way back in 1915, boasts of a massive collection of books and reading material. The detailed time schedule and related information can be availed through their website.
St. John's Baptist Church, wedged between Harlem and Washington Heights in New York City, is the perfect place to head to when in need of peace and quiet. The soothing ambiance provides solitude to those in need for some personal space. Apart from community workshops and prayer services, the Church actively encourages and supports the elderly with it's senior citizen program.
An Orthodox Jewish Synagogue in Harlem, New York City, it was established in the year 1923 by a Polish immigrant living in Harlem, which had a high Jewish population at that time. It is a vernacular style building. The synagogue is best known for its late rabbi, Jacob Kret, who escaped from a USSR labor camp after the division of Poland between Germany and USSR, who then immigrated to the country and was a great influence to several university students.
Abyssinian Baptist Church has been a part of Central Harlem, for the last 70 years. As any other community church they hold regular church services, including weddings, baby blessings, funerals, and also have volunteer service for those who wish to. They have bible study, lectures, online bible service, and prayers requests. The church also has an institute offering various courses and the Abyssinian Development Corporation is a non-profit organisation created by them to help build human and social network of society through economic help, civic work, housing development etc.
The St. Philip's Church is a magnificent Episcopal Church site situated in the New York city. The construction of the church building was completed in 1910, and the church site is also famously referred as the St. Philip's Protestant Episcopal Church. A mammoth example of the neo-Gothic style of architecture, the church site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
This YMCA branch has been serving the Harlem Community for decades. In addition to the excellent fitness facilities, this gym offers a number of youth and community programs. The fitness facility include a swimming pool, basketball and volleyball courts, weight training and cardiovascular fitness rooms, handball courts and a number of dance and activity studios. There are also boxing, aerobics, yoga, martial arts and swimming classes.
The Edgehill Church at Spuyten Duyvil is primly located in The Bronx in New York. It is a distinguished United Church of Christ church and is a historic structure that was constructed way back in 1888. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982.
For the Islamic community of New York, Sabur Mosque is the city's location for Muslim worship and other services. This tranquil place draws worshipers with its beautiful architecture and serene surroundings. Besides offering the regular prayers, this clean space is ideal to spend a quite time with yourself.