Church of all nations-United Methodist

48 Saint Marks Pl
New York
NY 10003

Church of all nations-United Methodist

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The church of all Nations Began in 1914 when the Methodist opened the Wesley rescue Hall on Houston Street near Second Avenue. Located in the area of the Bowery, this Facility was a haven for the downtrodden that needed food, shelter and spiritual support. In 1922, the hall was replaced by the three-story church of all Nations chapel and five-story neighborhood house. As the neighborhood changed the church declined and by the early 1970s a local gang sought to take control of the building. In 1975, the church-by then also known s Iglesia Methodista Unid Todas Las Naciones-moved to the former first German Methodist Episcopal Church building at 48 St. Marks place in the East village and leased the old complex to a community group called Cuando. In 2005, a merger took place between three United Methodist churches in the village-all Nations, Washington square, and metropolitan-Duane –to form the Church of the Village, now located on 13th street at Seventh Avenue.

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