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As of September 1 the Cathedral will require all visitors to be fully vaccinated before entry to the building and wear masks while indoors.

For the full details of our COVID-19 protocols and guidelines, click here. Throughout the course of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Cathedral’s priority has been the health, safety, and well-being of its community. After the launch of our online Sunday and daily worship services, we were moved by the expansion of that community across continents, bringing us together with new friends around>>>

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Friday, June 25: NY Common Pantry’s Nourish, a Commodity Supplemental Food Program, will be available outside Synod House providing shelf-st…

Friday, June 25: NY Common Pantry’s Nourish, a Commodity Supplemental Food Program, will be available outside Synod House providing shelf-stable food packages for seniors. Nourish will be outside Synod from 10a – 1p. To qualify, seniors must be 60 years old or older, have a New York state address, and meet financial eligibility requirements. Most seniors who qualify for SNAP will be>>>

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ACT Camp starts next week, can you believe it!? 5 weeks of fun in the sun, filled with games, sports, music, art, and more! Now in its 50th …

ACT Camp starts next week, can you believe it!? 5 weeks of fun in the sun, filled with games, sports, music, art, and more! Now in its 50th year, ACT has always been committed to enriching the lives of young people in and around the Cathedral community. There are still a few spots left to enroll your campers before the program starts on Monday, June 28. To learn more and apply, please visit>>>

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Tomorrow afternoon, the Dean invites the Cathedral community to join a virtual conversation to share updates on the Cathedral’s most urgent …

Tomorrow afternoon, the Dean invites the Cathedral community to join a virtual conversation to share updates on the Cathedral’s most urgent priorities this summer. The Dean will be joined by Vanessa Greco, CCC Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator, who helps run the Cathedral soup kitchen, food pantry, and clothing closet. Vanessa will share how the CCC team has stepped up to meet the immense need>>>

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The music staff of the Cathedral brings extraordinary live music to your home on select Tuesdays at 6 pm. This week, Associate Music Directo…

The music staff of the Cathedral brings extraordinary live music to your home on select Tuesdays at 6 pm. This week, Associate Music Director Raymond Nagem will perform music by Jean Langlais, Michael Gotthard Fischer, Edward Dean, and Johann Sebastian Bach. PROGRAM: Hymne d’action de grâce “Te Deum” – Jean Langlais (1907–1991) Straf’ mich nicht in deinen Zorn – Michael Gotthard Fischer>>>

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Tuesdays at 6

Don’t miss tonight’s Tuesdays at 6 performance! Concert will stream live for free on this page. Associate Director of Music Raymond Nagem will perform works by Jean Langlais, Michael Gotthard Fischer, Edward Dean, Arthur Foote, and Johann Sebastian Bach. Starts at 6pm! We hope you can join us.

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Happy Pride Month! Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing quotes from the American Poets Corner which speak to the spirit of Pride and the C…

Happy Pride Month! Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing quotes from the American Poets Corner which speak to the spirit of Pride and the Cathedral’s mission towards equality for all. Emily Dickinson, inducted into the American Poets Corner in 1984, spent two decades writing deeply heartfelt letters to and infatuated poems about her sister-in-law, Susan Gilbert. The two women took long strolls>>>

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Download the bulletin: Representatives from the Congregation of St. Saviour will participate as readers and make the responses in the name…

Download the bulletin:
Representatives from the Congregation of St. Saviour will participate as readers and make the responses in the name of the People.
The responses will appear on the screen so everyone may participate silently or aloud. The text of the hymns will appear on the screen so everyone can sing if they wish.
If you wish to donate to the Cathedral, please visit

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Reminder that there are TWO excellent outdoor tours taking place this afternoon on the Cathedral grounds! First, at 1pm, take a guided walk…

Reminder that there are TWO excellent outdoor tours taking place this afternoon on the Cathedral grounds! First, at 1pm, take a guided walking tour through Morningside Heights to learn about the history of the Cathedral in the context of this vibrant neighborhood. The tour begins at the Cathedral and ends at Riverside Church. Led by Cathedral Guide Bill Schneberger. Then, at 3p, explore the>>>

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Paul Winter’s 26th Annual Summer Solstice Celebration

Happy first day of summer! If you happened to have slept in too late to catch the 4:30 am livestream of Paul Winter’s 26th annual Summer Solstice Celebration yesterday, there are still tickets available to stream the performance! Recorded at Paul’s home in the first light of dawn, this concert is sure to start your season off on a high note. Visit the link below for more info. Paul>>>

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Happy Pride Month! Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing words from the American Poets Corner which speak to the spirit of Pride and the Ca…

Happy Pride Month! Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing words from the American Poets Corner which speak to the spirit of Pride and the Cathedral’s mission towards equality for all. Today, on Juneteenth, we are sharing words from the Poets Corner’s most recent inductee: Audre Lorde. Audre Lorde’s identity as a Black and lesbian woman infused her writing with tenacity as she fought against>>>

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There are TWO exciting outdoor tours taking place tomorrow afternoon on the Cathedral grounds! Sunday, June 20 at 1pm, go back in time on an…

There are TWO exciting outdoor tours taking place tomorrow afternoon on the Cathedral grounds! Sunday, June 20 at 1pm, go back in time on an illustrated guided walking tour of Morningside Heights and learn about the history of the Cathedral in context of this bright and historic neighborhood. Led by Cathedral Guide Bill Schneberger. Then, at 3pm, spend an hour exploring the Cathedral’s colorful>>>

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On June 19, 1865, enslaved people in Galveston, Texas learned that they were free, more than two years after President Lincoln signed the Em…

On June 19, 1865, enslaved people in Galveston, Texas learned that they were free, more than two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Juneteenth, as the day commemorating that belated freedom came to be know, is today a fitting symbol of both the hard-won joy of and continued need to fight for racial justice and liberty. For all those in the Harlem and Morningside>>>

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Happening tonight at 6pm: Another exciting installment of our Virtual Vertical Tours! On this adventurous tour, virtually climb more than 12…

Happening tonight at 6pm: Another exciting installment of our Virtual Vertical Tours! On this adventurous tour, virtually climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world’s largest cathedral. Using high-quality video footage, our educators will “walk” you through stories of the stained glass and sculpture and study the grand architecture of the Cathedral. Tickets at>>>

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Please note: the Cathedral will open late to visitors tomorrow at 1pm to accommodate for the Diocesan Confirmation Service taking place insi…

Please note: the Cathedral will open late to visitors tomorrow at 1pm to accommodate for the Diocesan Confirmation Service taking place inside and livestreamed at 10:30am. We hope you will join us online to celebrate this special ordination service, which will stream live for free on the Cathedral’s Facebook, website, and YouTube at 10:30am. We’ll see you inside for regular>>>

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There is another exciting Virtual Vertical Tour scheduled for tomorrow evening! This popular piece of online programming has become a commun…

There is another exciting Virtual Vertical Tour scheduled for tomorrow evening! This popular piece of online programming has become a community favorite over the last year. Virtually climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world’s largest cathedral. Using high-quality video footage, our educators will “walk” you through stories of the stained glass and sculpture and>>>

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The music staff of the Cathedral brings extraordinary live music to your home every Tuesday at 6 pm. This week, Associate Music Director Ray…

The music staff of the Cathedral brings extraordinary live music to your home every Tuesday at 6 pm. This week, Associate Music Director Raymond Nagem will perform music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Orlando Gibbons, Kerensa Briggs, and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. PROGRAM: Fantasia and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 537 – Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) Fantazia of Four Parts – Orlando Gibbons (1583–1625)>>>

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Musica Sacra, the longest continuously performing professional chorus in New York City, and Rose of the Compass, an ensemble whose performan…

Musica Sacra, the longest continuously performing professional chorus in New York City, and Rose of the Compass, an ensemble whose performances span traditional and contemporary world music, have been friends and collaborators of the Cathedral’s music program for many years. Several weeks ago, they joined forces to record a virtual performance at the Cathedral, led by our own Kent Tritle>>>

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In this preview of tomorrow’s Tuesdays at 6 recital, Raymond Nagem plays Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Impromptu in F Major, Op. 78, No. 1. Cole…

In this preview of tomorrow’s Tuesdays at 6 recital, Raymond Nagem plays Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Impromptu in F Major, Op. 78, No. 1. Coleridge-Taylor was a Black British composer who achieved enormous success both in Britain and the United States before his tragically early death at 37. His Impromptus showcase his enormous gift for melody, which won the hearts of listeners on two>>>

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Body and Soul: Yoga from the Cathedral returns tonight at 6! Join Mia Michelson-Bartlett, RYT-200 and the Cathedral’s Manager of Visitor Ser…

Body and Soul: Yoga from the Cathedral returns tonight at 6! Join Mia Michelson-Bartlett, RYT-200 and the Cathedral’s Manager of Visitor Services, for 60 minutes of gentle yoga and mindfulness meditation presented virtually from inside the building’s monumental architecture. Friendly for yogis of all skill levels, let the Cathedral help you align, ground, and recalibrate from the>>>

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In this Sermon, Dean Daniel relates the force of God’s love and God’s will inside all of us to the small but unstoppable mustard seed. A mus…

In this Sermon, Dean Daniel relates the force of God’s love and God’s will inside all of us to the small but unstoppable mustard seed. A mustard seed, once planted, cannot stop growing and cannot be destroyed. Once Jesus’ gospel is planted in our hearts, we have no choice but to spread the word — through love, kindness, forgiveness, and good will.

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Download the bulletin: Representatives from the Congregation of St. Saviour will participate as readers and make the responses in the name…

Download the bulletin:
Representatives from the Congregation of St. Saviour will participate as readers and make the responses in the name of the People.
The responses will appear on the screen so everyone may participate silently or aloud. The text of the hymns will appear on the screen so everyone can sing if they wish.
If you wish to donate to the Cathedral, please visit

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Today at 3pm: Spend an hour exploring the beautiful gardens and grounds of the Cathedral, led by a skilled Cathedral educator and joined by …

Today at 3pm: Spend an hour exploring the beautiful gardens and grounds of the Cathedral, led by a skilled Cathedral educator and joined by fellow nature and architecture lovers. Learn about the history of the different buildings on the Cathedral Close, and safely join other enthusiasts for an outdoor guided tour of the Cathedral’s 11-acre campus.
Rain or shine! Tickets at stjohndivine.org

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