Friday, January 14, 2005

Trinity News: Harlem is... The Gospel Tradition

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Wednesday, January 26, 7 pm

Songs of Solomon, an Inspirational Ensemble
The Trinity Choir
The Voices of Praise

With inspirational words by the Rev. Dr. Cecily P. Broderick y Guerra (St. Phillip's Church); the Rev. Canon Frederick Williams (Church of the Intercession); the Rev. Milton C. Williams Jr. (Trinity Church).

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On Wednesday, January 26, at 7 pm, Trinity Church will host "Harlem Is...the Gospel Tradition," a choral celebration and exhibition featuring three choir performances interspersed with inspirational words. You may attend the event in person, or watch via live webcast using the launch area above.

The "Harlem Is...the Gospel Tradition" event will tell the stories of four churches at the forefront of the migration of African-American churches from Downtown New York City to Harlem: the Abyssinian Baptist Church, Mother African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Mount Olivet Baptist Church, and St. Phillip's Episcopal (which Trinity helped found).

For those attending in person, the Trinity Museum will host the exhibits, "Sing to the Lord, Praise the Lord: Trinity Church and African-Americans in Early New York," and "Harlem Is*Downtown."

The event is part of the "Harlem Is...Downtown" program, a year-long collection of exhibitions and public programs celebrating the history, culture, and heroes of the Harlem community held in lower Manhattan throughout the year.

Posted on Trinity News, January 14, 2005

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