In a heartfelt display of solidarity and shared faith, Mayor Eric Adams took to social media to express his gratitude and joy after participating in significant events at two venerable religious institutions.
The Iglesias Puerta de Paz Church, a cornerstone of the Latin American community spanning Queens, Long Island, and Brooklyn, celebrated its 20th anniversary of fostering unity and camaraderie among its members.
Mayor Adams, acknowledging the Church’s remarkable two-decade journey, conveyed his honor at being a part of their faith-filled gathering.
His message underscored the church’s pivotal role in knitting together the diverse fabric of the Latin American community across boroughs.
“For 20 years, the Iglesias Puerta de Paz Church has been bringing our Latin American community together across Queens, Long Island, and Brooklyn. Honored to join them in faith and fellowship today.
“I also had the honor of joining the Faith Deliverance Pentecostal Church of God for their 33rd anniversary, a testament to the good work they do delivering for their community and their city.
Thank you to both congregations for letting me join you today.”
Further, Mayor Adams extended his commendation to the Faith Deliverance Pentecostal Church of God, marking their 33rd anniversary.
The Mayor hailed this milestone as a testament to the Church’s unwavering commitment to delivering positive impacts to both its local community and the broader city.
Expressing gratitude to both congregations, Mayor Adams emphasized the importance of shared faith and fellowship in fostering resilience and unity within the diverse tapestry of New York City.
His presence at these significant milestones not only highlighted the vital role of religious institutions but also showcased the Mayor’s commitment to engaging with and supporting various communities across the city.
This symbolic gesture underlines Mayor Eric Adams’ dedication to inclusivity, community engagement, and the celebration of the rich cultural diversity that defines New York City.
As the city’s leader, he continues to bridge gaps and strengthen bonds among its residents, irrespective of their backgrounds or beliefs.