Salvation and Deliverance Church
The Salvation and Deliverance Church was established in 1975.
Historic Note: This was once Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein's Institutional Synagogue, which drew new generations to Orthodoxy by offering social, educational and recreational services, inspiring a phenomenon known as the "shul with the pool." Goldstein held huge youth rallies in a nearby theater.
- Harlem One Stop has noticed that many people have assumed the church and former Synagogue that suffered the roof collaspe was Salvation and Deliverance Church, however it was Baptist Temple Church across the street at 18-20 West 116th Street, the former Congregation Ohab Zedek Synagogue
Baptist Temple Church Roof & Wall Collapse
116th St Church formerly Congregation Ohab Zedek Synagogue
visitingSalvation and Deliverance Church
37 West 116th Street
between Fifth and Lenox Avenues
New York, NY
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