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Songs from all faiths bring us together

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Pastor Benke leads the choir.
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Haywood blows it up at the concert with warm Caribbean sounds.
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Pastor Dabee blesses the Christmas concert and audience.
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Jancee Singletary sings from her heart at the Christmas concert.
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Pastor Benke, Mike Moran, and Pastor Dabee of Christ for the World Chapel.

Christ for the World Chapel held its annual Christmas Concert again in Terminal 4 this year.

Pastor Dabee was the emcee, helped with the program by executive assistant, Maryanne Fazio.

This year’s program of spirited performers including God Centered with Eva Boyce-Leonard of the Port authority with her grandson and daughter ;adorably costumed JJJ Yu Shin Kim; St Peter’s Church from Brooklyn with director Pastor Benke; Jahcee Singletary female vocalist; Rell Holland Experience with Taniqua Hollingsworth playing piano and singing, and saxophonist extradonaire Curtis Haywood who charmed listeners with smooth Caribbean based rhythms.

Chanukah, the Festival of Lights, was celebrated at the International Synagogue at Terminal 4 JFK Airport, on 26th Kislev, 5778 (December 13, 2017).

The Yeshiva of Flatbush High School Choir sang Jewish holiday songs under the direction of Brian Gelfand.

Rabbi Korenblit invited everyone to light a candle .One by one, people of all faiths, stepped forward to accept this honor. Afterward, the entire group was treated to the traditional Channukah meal of latkes, potato pancakes, and donuts to officially end the celebration of the second night of the eighth day tradition of Chanukah.

Updated 5:19 pm, January 19, 2018
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