This past weekend, the streets of the City of New York was filled with parades: on Saturday, Brooklyn’s homosexual community celebrated their pride with a parade in Park Slope, and on Sunday, the Puerto Rican community celebrated their pride by marching on Fifth Avenue.
Now it is time for the Evangelical Christian Churches of New York’s Christian Parade, which has taken place in “El Barrio,” the heart of the Hispanic community, for more than 50 years.
On Saturday, June 15, 2013 at 12:00 noon, the Evangelical Christian Children’s Parade will step off at Third Avenue and 97th Street in New York City. Christian churches, pastors, evangelical missionaries, and families will celebrate this event marching from Third Avenue and 97th Street to 116th Street where the reviewing stand will be located. Dignitaries and Honored Parade Judges will be looking for the best float, the best performance, and the best message.
“New Yorkers are welcome to join us and line the streets to watch as New York’s Evangelical Children celebrate and uphold our faith and truths,” Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz declared. “Our churches will be on the streets of New York with banners, floats and leaflets, preaching and teaching to let people know that we are growing.”
For further information please call the following numbers: 917-349-2596, 914-776-4485, or 917-939-3233.