We toured the oldest church in NYC. This church was used as the headquarters for all the volunteers, rescue people, and medical workers following 9/11
Anyone want to walk across that little bridge?!
A highlight was serving lunch to the homeless at Bowery Mission.
We took this ferry to see the Statue of Liberty
This little lady was exhausted after the long day of walking….here she caught a little nap while we were riding the ferry around the Statue of Liberty.
Riding the subway was definitely an experience. We had about 10 seconds to get all 50 of us loaded and then that train was bound for…wherever. If you weren’t on in those 10 seconds….well, it wouldn’t have been good. Amazingly enough, we didn’t lose anyone on the subway!
On the subway…holding on for dear life. =)
Our group, minus a few….
Times Square….at 11:00pm. We sang several songs in the middle of T.S. and that was quite an amazing feeling to be singing in the middle of hundreds of thronging people and countless flashing lights and pictures.
Being in the city for these several days reminded us again of the lack of godliness in our country, and of the great need for revival in America.
“For Thou art great, and doest wondrous things: Thou art God alone.”
(posted by chels)