A thanksgiving message on a Harlem church door

A church in Hamilton Heights greets visitors at its doors with this message, from Psalm 100:4, a reference to a different kind of thanksgiving than our contemporary turkey/football/parade holiday.

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8 Responses to “A thanksgiving message on a Harlem church door”

  1. BabyDave Says:

    A Happy Thanksgiving to you.

  2. wildnewyork Says:

    Thank you. Thanksgiving in New York on a crisp autumn day, is anything better?

  3. AFineLyne Says:

    Yes indeed. I walked by there recently on my way to the Spanish Museum. Thank you for posting this wonderful Thanksgiving door 🙂

  4. wildnewyork Says:

    You’re welcome—I too spotted it on my way to that same museum, a hidden gem in Upper Manhattan.

  5. Big Sis Says:

    Where is this church?

  6. wildnewyork Says:

    I wish I could tell you but I misplaced the address, unfortunately. It’s in the 150s (or 140s) off Broadway, that’s all I can tell you. Next time I’m visiting the Hispanic Museum, I’ll find out.

  7. Big Sis Says:

    Lots of gorgeous buildings near the Hispanic Society.

  8. wildnewyork Says:

    Just walked by again: It’s at 155th Street across the street from Trinity Church uptown.

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