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From The Blog

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An open door
posted 2014/11/06
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A whole new Perspective
posted 2014/10/23
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Unreached People Group Communities

As a follow-up on the ethNYcity people profiles below, we have identified 69 unreached/least-reached people group communities in Metro New York. These communities are often “hidden” from Christian interaction and engagement. Please consider printing off the .pdf version and regularly praying for these communities in your home, small group, or church. 69 Most Significant Unreached People Group Communities in Metro New York. For more information on regularly praying for specific people group communities, visit globalgates.info/prayer.

The ethNYcity people profiles below (and on our app and widgets) feature the most significant ethnic groups in Metro New York. As a result, not all of these are unreached, but the ones that have a significant Christian presence can play a vital role in reaching out to unreached peoples in Metro New York.

People Profiles

Place of Origin:
Location in Metro New York:
Population in Metro New York:
Population in New York City:
Primary Religion:
Secondary Religion:
Status of Christian Witness:
Primary Languages: ,

Bio:

When Did They Come to New York?

Where Do They Live?

What Do They Believe?

What Are Their Lives Like?

Significant Notes:

How To Pray: