Saturday, January 11
The Cathedral will close for sightseeing at 2 pm on Saturday, January 11.
Each window contains a unique style of stained glass drawn from the English, French, and German traditions. Explore the beautiful narrative and geometric windows by modern En...
Through the years, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine has been a part of New York City history. From sacred to secular, prayers to performances - it is an architectural wond...
The Very Rev. James Parks Morton, Dean Emeritus, died on January 4, 2020. His funeral will take place at the Cathedral on Saturday, January 11 at 6 pm. All are welcome. The Eu...
Sunday, January 12
Friday, January 17
Nightwatch Crossroads: Christian is a Friday evening and overnight spiritual retreat for middle and high school age students, youth groups and their adult chaperones, focusing...
Saturday, January 18
Explore the signs and symbols in the Cathedral and discover the unique attributes that characterize saints. Learn what role animals and Greek letters play in the iconography o...
Sunday, January 19