At The Potter’s House, one of the oldest independent Black founded LGBT churches in New York, a Black pastor and her partner lead a congregation to a new doctrine: God moves in the midst of the LGBT community.
Kane Street Synagogue: A Change in the Weather?
Immigrant Muslims have long been part of the community, but some of them feel less welcome lately.
A Message to the Immigrants of Sunset Park: Welcome
The Bethelship Church, once a haven for Norwegian immigrants, now will carry a message to new immigrants.
Flatbush: An Albanian Mosque Struggles With its Heritage
The challenge: Young Albanians tend to care more about their homeland than their homeland’s lost religion.
A New Brooklyn Band Rocks For a Select Group of Fans
The New Moon All Stars Party Band, a seven-person band with a very exclusive audience, has started playing in Brooklyn's Crown Heights.
After 339 Years, An Old Church Scrambles for Funding
The Buildings of Brooklyn: New Utrecht Reformed Church, in Bensonhurst.
Bay Ridge: A Mosque That Wants to Communicate
Few attend a “Meet Your Muslim Neighbor” event, but the mosque plans to keep trying.
Muslim Women Talk Back
We wondered what it feels like to be a woman and a Muslim in Brooklyn now, in a time of rising fears. So we asked
Brooklyn’s Franciscans Weigh in on Pope Francis
Three of Brooklyn's Franciscan brothers discuss how Pope Francis is combining Jesuit and Franciscan ideology to re-imagine the papal life in a humble yet authoritative way.
Brooklyn Bakeries Keep Cooking, Passover-Style
Many Brooklyn bakeries have adapted to Passover, offering goods that comply with some of the Jewish holiday's dietary restrictions.