628 South 16th Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 +1 215 232 4485
The Art Sanctuary is housed inside a listed heritage building that was visualized by Charles Burns who infused Ecclesiological and European cathedral-style elements into the design. Gorgeous murals painted by local artists in the 1970's adorn the walls of this sanctuary that has dedicated itself to promoting visual and performing arts in Philadelphia. Music festivals, educational programs, recitals, drama and exhibitions comprise the choc-a-bloc calendar of this stylish venue so call ahead for more details on those.
5151 Warren Street Philadelphia, PA 19131 +1 215 877 9019
Located in the heart of Philadelphia, the Lancaster Hall accommodates nearly any event. This upscale setting boasts of stylish interiors and modernized sound and lighting equipments which make every event a special one. Give them a chance to plan an event and you are assured it would be a successful one.
3723 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 +1 215 386 0234
The Philadelphia Cathedral is one place you just cannot miss. The cathedral which is a sanctum sanctorum will put you at peace. Even if you are not a believer be sure to visit the cathedral once to view its architectural brilliance and splendor. Other than organizing the usual church services and functions The Philadelphia Cathedral conducts various activities and works relentlessly for the betterment of the community. Check website for further details.
5620 Wyalusing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131 +1 215 747 2600
Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church is a solemn place where there is a celebration for every occasion in the name of God. It holds Mother's Day celebration, a feast for a wedding anniversary and a prayer meeting for someone's death. Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church celebrated its 85th anniversary by holding a benefit concert in the church premises itself. The church also has its own basketball ground in order to stimulate health awareness and activity among the staff. Visiting this church will only take you closer to the Lord because there is a lot of peace and joy in the air.
The Comcast Center is the newest addition to Philadelphia's skyscrapers. Built in 2007, this 57-story building(975 ft.)is now the largest skyscraper in Philadelphia. It has ample space for offices and has helped make the metro more easily accessible through its connection with SEPTRA rail lines via Suburban Station. In addition, it also has eco-friendly aspects such as recycled materials and large windows to help reduce energy costs.
5801 Crittenden Street Philadelphia, PA 19138 +1 215 549 9105
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It is located on Crittenden Street and the Islamic community visits the mosque to pray. It can rightly be called the center for religious and community activities.
3027 North 22nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19132 +1 215 229 3586
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It is more than just a place to worship, apart from prayers,regular Koran classes are held here. The seminars and the sermons, always ensure that the community is informed and works together.
1546 North 27th Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 +1 215 235 1955
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Apart from a worship center, it also serves as a platform where ideas and thoughts are exchanged. Various meetings and discussions are held throughout the year, to keep the community informed.
4228 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 +1 215 386 3770
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other service. Various lectures and seminars are organized to involve the youth in community service. Celebrations of festivals and prayers are held here.
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