CYF Bake Sale for UNICEF 2017
Marble's Children, Youth and Families (CYF) Ministry along with the Women’s Ministry raised funds with a bake sale for UNICEF to support the world’s children who struggle with basic necessities on Sunday, October 8.
Manhattan Brass: 25th Anniversary Celebration Concert
Marble was proud to announce the first ever Artists-in-Residence partnership with the highly-acclaimed Manhattan Brass! The concert kicked off an exciting season of concert and worship service performances on Monday, September 25.
Summer Arts Festival 2017
Sponsored by the Arts Ministry, this festival showcased Marble’s talent! The week featured various programs including music from classical to jazz, dance, film, poetry, plays and fine art including paintings and photography.
Marble Collegiate Church and the other Collegiate ministries celebrated and participated in the Annual Pride month festivities.
Better Things, Brighter Days - Marble Community Gospel Choir Concert 2017
Better Things, Brighter Days, was the Marble Community Gospel Choir Summer Concert, directed by Stacy Penson. The showcase featured new, innovative gospel songwriters as well as the music of Thomas Whitfield on Sunday, June 11, 2017.
Sister Carol Perry Farewell Reception
Dr. Michael B. Brown and Marble Collegiate Church held a special farewell reception honoring Sister Carol Perry and Her 37 years of service to the Marble community on Sunday, May 28, 2017.
Holy Week 2017
A prayerful week of meditation, Worship and music. Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services, a Jazz Funeral for Christ; leading up to the joy of Easter Sunday.
Evening Prayers for Christian Unity with Timothy Cardinal Dolan
This very special, historic Worship service featured Timothy Cardinal Dolan, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of NY, preaching on Wednesday, March 29, 2017.
Lift Every Voice! 2017 Concert
A tribute to African-American composers, from classical to gospel. Directed by Kenneth Dake and Stacy Penson featuring The Marble Community Gospel Choir and the Festival of Voices.
Frederick Douglass: The Making of an American Prophet
This powerful play, told the story of Douglass' early years as a slave and his transformation into one of America's greatest social reformers. Bakari King starred as Frederick Douglass and was adapted by Grammy-Award winning composer Marcus Hummon on Friday, February 24, 201…