Memorial services, from what I understand, took place around the world after the sinking of the Titanic. They took place in London, Southampton, Paris, and New York. However, I have a question about the services that took place in New York. I have read the recollection of certain facts in the article RMS Titanic: The Funerals, Memorials and Legacy of the Lost Passengers and Her Crew here on this website. It mentions a Dr. L. Mason Clark of "the first Presbyterian Church" who delivered a powerful sermon, one that I might use in my writing. However, it does not state the place where he delivered this sermon. A search in Titanic: Triumph and Tragedy proved fruitless. Is there anyone who might be able to help me in this regard? I don't necessarily want to know where this specific sermon was given, but all the sermons in New York in general. If anyone could help me with this little snippet of a fact, it would be greatly appreciated.