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The Interchurch Center is the home of more than 70 organizations representing community development, educational initiatives and intercultural and religious exchange. It is owned and managed under the auspices of several religious and not-for-profit organizations with the mission to provide a working environment conducive to ecumenism and community involvement. The public may visit the center for free noon-time concerts in the beautiful chapel, as well as artist receptions and gallery exhibitions. Reasonably priced meals are also available in the cafeteria. The Interchurch Center invites guests to join in as it celebrates its 50th year as a faith and cultural organization in the Morningside Heights and Harlem area.