Religion and community in the new urban America

This study examines the interrelated transformations of cities and urban congregations over the past several decades. How does the new metropolis affect local religious communities? What is the role of local religious communities in creating the new metropolis? Through an in-depth study of fifteen C...

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Authors: Numrich, Paul David 1952-; Wedam, Elfriede
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: New York Oxford University Press 2015
Edition:First edition
Further subjects:B Religious gatherings
B Communities ; Religious aspects ; Christianity
B Cities and towns Religious aspects
B Communities Religious aspects Christianity
B Cities and towns ; Religious aspects ; Christianity
B Communities ; Religious aspects
B Communities Religious aspects
B Cities and towns ; Religious aspects
B Cities and towns Religious aspects Christianity
B City churches
Online Access: Volltext (Resolving-System; OUP)
Parallel Edition:Print version: 9780199386840
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Summary:This study examines the interrelated transformations of cities and urban congregations over the past several decades. How does the new metropolis affect local religious communities? What is the role of local religious communities in creating the new metropolis? Through an in-depth study of fifteen Chicago congregations - Catholic parishes, Protestant churches, Jewish synagogues, Muslim mosques, and a Hindu temple, city and suburban, neighbourhood-based and commuter - this book describes congregational life and measures congregational influences on urban environments
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:0199386870
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199386840.001.0001