Welcome Home, True Parents!

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~Welcome Home, True Parents!

Join our True Parents in a celebration at the Manhattan Center in New York on Saturday, December 3 at 3pm. This event, including the Little Angels performance, is complimentary. However, a modest donation is suggested and appreciated. All proceeds will go to the Nigeria Library Project. A donation box will be available onsite. You can also make a donation online here. See below for program details.


Saturday, December 3, 2016

Manhattan Center

311 W 34th St,
New York, NY 10001

DOORS OPEN – 2PM
PROGRAM – 3PM

Tickets can be obtained from your local pastor or via online registration (click below).

I’M COMING


Program Details

> TRUE MOTHER’S MESSAGE

> True Mother's Message

Prior to True Mother’s visit to New York, she will host the UPF International Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., featuring a special session of the International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace. True Mother’s return to the United States for these important peace projects gives us much to celebrate.

Join True Mother and members and friends of FFWPU on December 3rd to hear True Parents’ message to us at this time.

> THE LITTLE ANGELS

> The Little Angels

The Little Angels Children’s Folk Ballet of Korea was founded in 1962 by True Parents. The dance troupe seeks to convey to the people of the world the peace-loving spirit of the Korean people and the beautiful culture and arts produced throughout Korea’s 5,000-year history.

The group’s polished repertoire, which includes delightful traditional Korean dances, songs, and theatrical sketches, varies in effect from the breathtaking to heart-warming performances. The New York Times dubbed the Little Angels “a phenomenal company,” and the Russian magazine Pravda wrote that they are on “a global peace mission, realizing the most sublime human values and beauty in art.”

> COAT DRIVE

> Coat Drive

The FFWPU USA National Ministry Team will be partnering with New York Cares to provide warm coats for the local community. Bring your warm, gently-used coats to donate to those in need.