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The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese is committed to rebuilding St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, destroyed on 9/11, and the proposed interfaith peace center at 130 Liberty Street in NYC

On September 11, 2001 the barbaric attack not only destroyed the majestic Twin Towers but also the tiny yet historic St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, located south of the second tower of the World Trade Center. In the aftermath of its destruction, very little survived. The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese has pledged not only to rebuild St. Nicholas Church but also construct an interfaith memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives on 9/11.

1. Only house of worship of any faith group destroyed on 9/11

2. Rebuilding process has been plagued by delays at ground zero

3. We are committed to rebuilding St. Nicholas Church

4. We are committed to building an interfaith memorial to the victims of 9/11