Small Churches, sides A & B
James H. Costen collection
This recording features a tour of small churches in New York City. Various church workers talk about their churches and their programs for drug rehabilitation, women and children services, and education and job training. This binds troubled people to the church, giving these troubled people the help and assistance they need. There are testimonials from drug addicts and homeless on how they were helped through the church.
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"[Small Churches]" (1972). James H. Costen Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 10.
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