Local faith communities of the East Village will present their 12th annual Spiritual Sounds event virtually on Sun., Jan. 24, starting at 5 p.m.
It will be an evening of recitation and music offerings from all faith traditions.
This group of neighborhood faith leaders — priests, imams, ministers, rabbis and monks — all serving within a few blocks, first gathered to stand up to hate, intolerance and prejudice.
Over the past nine months, they have focused on safely and responsibly helping guide the community through the life and death realities of COVID-19.
The faith organizations include Medina Masjid Mosque, Second Avenue Church, The Bhakti Center, The Light of Guidance Sufi Center, The Catholic Worker, The Shul of New York, Town & Village Synagogue, Sixth Street Community Synagogue, Middle Collegiate Church, Most Holy Redeemer-Nativity Catholic Church, The Nechung Foundation, Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Virgin Protection, St. Mary’s American Orthodox Church and St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery.
The event is free and open to all.
For the direct Zoom link, available through St. Mark’s Church’s Web site, click here.
For a 2010 documentary on the origins of the East Village faith communities group, click here.