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Our Benefit Concert "An Evening of Opera", with Ta'u Pupu'a, Tenor;  Marie Te Hapuku, Soprano; and Joel Harder, Piano, was held on Saturday, September 10th and was a great success!  Even though it was the hottest day of the year - we had a great crowd and heard some truly gorgeous singing and playing.  Here is the final selection:  the Turiddu and Santuzza duet from Cavalleria Rusticana:





Theophilus (Theo) Martin

R.I.P.  THEO


Our friend, handyman and assistant sexton of the past decade, Theophilus (Theo) Martin, passed away this August 2017.  

A friend to all who met him, Theo was a fixture in the Amsterdam Houses neighborhood. He was an active member of  The Church of St. Paul the Apostle at West 59th Street, where he headed the youth who assisted at services, and volunteered for the outreach dinners, which were open to all to attend and be nourished.  

He loved fishing, biking, and music. Theo often had his youth volunteers from St. Paul’s work alongside him, as they helped with many events and special congregational projects at GSF.  He never met a building problem that he would not try to fix.  Our many space sharing, concert, event and program participants liked and respected him.  

We will miss his sly wit, smile and good nature, and the stories he loved to tell.  Everyone at GSF is thankful that he shared his life and talents with us.  He will be missed.

Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church

Joel Harder, Marie Te Hapuku, Ta'u Pupu'a after the concert

CONGRATULATIONS to our Co-Music Director, Yoon Jae Lee

for his very successful final concert of the season of his orchestra, "Ensemble 212".  Bravo, Yoon Jae!  And watch for the announcement regarding the coming season.  Coming soon!

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Ensemble 212, giving its final concert of the season at GSF!

fACING RACISM: A VISION OF THE INTERCULTURAL COMMUNITY CHURCHWIDE ANTI-RACISM POLICY


"Racism is the opposite of what God intends for humanity. It is the rejection of the other, which is entirely contrary to the Word of God incarnate in Jesus Christ. Racism is a lie about our fellow human beings, for it says that some are less than others. Because of our biblical understanding of who God is and what God intends for humanity, the PC(USA) must stand against, speak against and work against racism."

(From the Presbyterian Church USA)

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