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Support the fund at Cathedral Community Cares (the social services arm of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine), City Harvest, and Columbia University have partnered to prepare and distribute healthy meals to New York City residents affected by food insecurity and scarcity. Between June 15 and September 7, this initiative will provide 1,000 bagged meals per day to help vulnerable>>>
Ayesha Rabadi-Raol’s dissertation is about “Learning from Immigrant/Transnational Teachers of Color.” Since the COVID crisis began, she’s reinforced that idea through a weekly show on TC’s Come Together site in which she reads from children’s books that address race, class, gender, (dis)ability, multicultural experiences and other topical themes.
As we head back to school this fall (in person and/or virtually), it is time to revisit children’s study spaces and routines. With purposeful intention, parents and guardians can create optimal learning spaces that inspire creativity and fun. Whether you’re in tight quarters or have room to spare, this lunch and learn hour with Karen Aronian (Ed.D ’15) will give you actionable ideas, resources>>>
Enjoy this heartwarming video performance featuring five fabulous MSM Summer Musical Theatre students ✨ The students, aged 8–12, rehearsed for six hours of virtual class time before completing this video project with the help of their enthusiastic family members. Director Jeanai La Vita writes, “I chose the theme ‘home’ as we are all spending so much more time in our homes these>>>
Learn to make an origami butterfly with alumna Jenny W. Chan from Origami Tree. Jenny will be providing easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for this traditional origami model. Please prepare 1 square sheet of paper (6″ x 6″ recommended), and optional coloring pencils, crayons, or markers to decorate–and if you’re brave, some glitter! You may also attend with a letter sized>>>
A webinar with Dr. Barbara Mann, Chana Kekst Professor of Jewish Literature, JTS.Part of Times of Crisis and Possibility, an online series with JTS faculty and fellows. What will we remember from this pandemic? And how will we preserve and pass down the memory of those we’ve lost to future generations? Through a close reading of Yehuda Amichai’s “And Who Will Remember the Rememberers?”, a>>>
We are all being called and have been called to this moment. Many of us are wrestling with the urgency, the desire, and the need to respond. Join us tomorrow …
Angela Mills, chair of the department of emergency medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and chief of emergency medicine services at NewYork-Presbyterian talks about the incredible work her staff has been doing under the most difficult circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic. She reminds us that after the intensity dies down, we need to focus on the mental health of our>>>
#UnitedFaithsOfAmerica a group of New York’s Interfaith leaders are kicking off a week long #PrayerforCovid Campaign. Enjoy this compilations from a network of 15 faith leaders who share a prayer message with an aim to uplift one other, find common ground and unite around our shared values.
Since it might not be appropriate for all of us to celebrate today’s #NationalTakeAWalkInTheParkDay, we’ve created a virtual walk through the Cathedral’s Close with a spotlight on Artist in Residence Greg Wyatt’s Peace Fountain that can be found via the link in our bio.
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Please join Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, Visiting Professor of Public Theology and Activism, for: In Search of a Moral Revolution of Values.