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Get Your Flu Shot Today

Flu Vaccinations Are Now Available at the Interchurch Center Wellness Center.
The Wellness Center (Room 241) is now offering the Flu Vaccine at the cost of $25.

Each year, an average of 5% to 20% of the U.S. population gets the flu.
It is estimated that the flu results in over 200,000 hospitalizations every year.

Available by appointment only.
Please call 212.870.3053 to schedule.
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Preschool to After-School at the Cathedral

In need of preschool or after-school activities for your young person? ACT (Advancing the Community of Tomorrow) is open for the 2020-21 season! ACT’s team of educators, working with CDC, Department of Health, and Offices of Children and Family guidelines, is excited to offer in-person sessions for children and families this fall. An assortment of fun, educational programs for a range of ages is available!



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Thomas Perry, Program Director of Cathedral Community Cares, thanks Anthony Luciano of Anthony Luciano Handbags for his generous donation to help CCC continue to feed and clothe our neighbors in need.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit New York, Anthony revamped his entire operation to make and sell masks and, inspired by CCC’s work, donated the proceeds to the CCC Soup Kitchen and Clothing Closet!

We’re so grateful […]

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Memorial to September 11, a sculpture by Meredith Bergmann, on permanent view in the Cathedral accompanied by “The Naming” by Annie Finch.

Lopez, Jurgens, Lozowsky, O’Connor, Lomax
(Shoes, and spirals, dust and the falling flowers)
Diaz, Dingle, Galletti, DiPasquale,

Wounds widen the remembering earth.
Closed eyes see beyond the flames.
Grief opens hands to feel the wind.
Heart beats like ocean and hears the names:

DiStefano, Eisenberg, Chung, Green, Dolan,
(Women running suddenly in […]

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BB, one of Cathedral budget director Amy Leissner’s cats, is making the most of this #caturday but that’s because Amy and BB have already RSVPed for this year’s Feast of St. Francis and Blessing of the Animals on October 4. Be like BB and RSVP via the link in our bio!

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It’s back to school season around the country as well as here on the Close. In addition to thinking about new school supplies and first day of school outfits, many are also facing impossible decisions: teachers who love and miss being in the classroom who fear for their health, parents whose limits have been extended in an attempt to be a full-time provider and full-time caretaker, […]

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Happy Labor Day from the Cathedral! In a typical year, this unofficial end of summer brings the excitement of finalizing programs and events for the fall, the joy of catching up with colleagues who have been off the Close for the summer, and the promise of new memories and experiences. This year, of course, it all looks different. Our plans are made knowing they can change […]

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In the three months of Cathedral Community Cares’ partnership with @columbiadining and @cityharvestnyc, we’ve distributed over 90,000 meals to our neighbors in need between 96th Street and 145th Street. It’s been truly awe-inspiring to see how this partnership has helped so many people.

To support the work of Cathedral Community Cares, stjohndivine.org/donate

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Critters of all kinds are welcome at our virtual Feast of St. Francis and Blessing of the Animals. Cathedral Visitor Service Associate Gene Carluci likes to feed the squirrels in Bay Shore Park in Bay Ride so this little guy will be included in our blessing ceremony on October 4! To include your furry friend in this year’s event, email […]

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