http://www.tscnyc.org/david-wilkerson-memorial-service.phpAll are welcome to attend the service.Date: Saturday, May 14, 2011Time: 2:00PM(Doors will open at 12:00PM)Location: Times Square ChurchManhattan, New York CityGeneral Public EntranceTimes Square ChurchEducation Annex1657 Broadway(Between 51st and 52nd Streets)Reserved Seating EntranceTimes Square ChurchSanctuary237 West 51st StreetBetween Broadway & Eighth AvenueClick here for map and directionsÂ SEATING & OVERFLOWSeating will be on a first come first served basis.Once the full capacity has been reached at Times Square Church, ushers will direct attendees to the various overflow locations as follows:51st Street (Between Broadway & 8th Avenue)The street will be blocked off for the memorial service. Overflow seating and standing room will be provided on 51st Street and various screens will stream the memorial service live.AXA Equitable Auditorium787 7th AvenueBetween 51st and 52nd StreetsCalvary Baptist Church123 West 57th StreetBetween 6th and 7th AvenuesNew World Stages340 West 50th StreetBetween 8th and 9th AvenuesClick here for map and directions to overflow locations.LIVE WEBCASTThe memorial service will be webcast LIVE on the Times Square Church website tscnyc.org,beginning at 2:00PM EST.We are expecting that a very large number of people, potentially up to one million visitors, will be watching the live stream of the memorial service on our website.We are maximizing our streaming bandwidth capacity to ensure that we can serve this many visitors to our website during the memorial service without interruptions and at a high quality level.Click here to watch the LIVE webcast on May 14 at 2:00PM ESTRESERVED SEATINGA limited number of seats will be reserved for family, closest friends, denominational leaders and dignitaries.Click here for more informationMEDIACourtesy access will be available for the media.If you are planning to cover the service, please send an email at leastone day prior to the memorial service with your name, the name of your media organization and a telephone number where you may be contacted to:Luly McCoyCommunications DirectorTimes Square ChurchEmail: [email protected]Click here for more informationPARKINGParking will be available for a nominal fee of $2.00 with a stamped ticketat the parking garages located within a five-block radius of Times Square Church.Tickets will be stamped at the security desk in the following locations:Times Square ChurchMain Entrance Lobby237 West 51st StreetBetween Broadway & Eighth AvenueTimes Square ChurchEducation Annex Lobby1657 BroadwayBetween 51st & 52nd streetsClick here for map and directions to parking garages.CHILDCAREChildcare for children newborn to age 3 will be available during the memorial service for children whose parents are seated in the sanctuary and Education Annex of Times Square Church.Important: Childcare will not be provided for children with parents seated in overflow locations.Click here for drop off and pick up information.SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATIONSimultaneous translation will be available in the following languages:Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese,Russian, Spanish and Swahili.The simultaneous translation will be available via conference call lines accessible by land and cellular phones.The conference call phone number and access codes for each language will be posted on the live events page of our website during the webcast.The call is considered a long distance call and the corresponding charges will be applied for the length of the call by your phone service provider.Please consult your phone calling plan or contact your service provider to determine the cost of the call.Click here for the phone number and access codes.
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
All flags in New York City ought to be at half mast on this day. Television and radio stations ought to observe a moment of silence, like they did when John Lennon was shot to death.Brother Dave, you ran it well.
_________________Paul Frederick West
"All flags in New York City ought to be at half mast on this day. Television and radio stations ought to observe a moment of silence, like they did when John Lennon was shot to death."
All flags in New York City ought to be at half maston this day. Television and radio stations ought to observe a moment of silence, like they did when John Lennon was shot to death.
Oh my! What happened? When did he die? This is the first and only place I have heard that Wilkerson passed away! How and when did he die? How old was he? Who will take his place?