Broadway United Church of Christ

Broadway United Church Of Christ

Broadway United Church of Christ

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Broadway United Church of Christ is a Congregationalist Church at Broadway and 93rd Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

Finney's Broadway Tabernacle

The original Broadway Tabernacle, now known as Broadway United Church of Christ , was founded as the Second Free Presbyterian Church, organized in 1832 by Lewis Tappan for Charles Grandison Finney, a famous evangelist / revivalist from western New York. It was founded on Chatham Street in lower Manhattan, New York City, in the former Chatham Theatre (built 1824), which became known as the Chatham Street Chapel Review in The New York Evangelist quoted in Keith J. Hardman, Charles Grandison Finney, 1792-1875: Revivalist and Reformer (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1987), p.252.Nathan Silver, Lost New York, (New York: Weathervane Books, 1967), p.46 The Broadway Tabernacle was located at 340-344 Broadway, between Worth and Catherine Lane, and was considered one of the most influential churches constructed in America. Finney influenced the design; it held 2,400 people. Then a Presbyterian church, it was founded as a center of anti-slavery spirit in New York City. Finney left the church to join the Oberlin College’s Theology Department in April 1837...
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