United Methodists Recall 9/11 in New York
The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 shut down New York City and left residents in a state of shock. Churches opened their doors to comfort and care for all who came to seek refuge and pray for healing. As we mark the 15th anniversary of that awful day, United Methodist church members who lived in the area then recall how New York congregations responded to the needs of the community after 9/11.
This video was first posted on August 31, 2016.
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