Christian Spiritual Practices
May
28
10:10 am10:10

Christian Spiritual Practices

All are welcome to participate in Christian Spiritual Practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. We will meet in the Earth Bay on the south side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact cbyun@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
May
28
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Inquirer's Dinner
May
28
5:00 pm17:00

Inquirer's Dinner

All newcomers to the Cathedral, especially those thinking about baptism and confirmation, are invited to join Mother Mary Jett and others from the Cathedral for a meal and a discussion about the Church and faith. For more information, contact Mother Mary Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

MNIPC Annual Celebration
Jun
2
6:30 pm18:30

MNIPC Annual Celebration

The Manhattan North Inter-Parish Council Annual Celebration Event will be on Friday June 2nd at St. Phillip's Church, 204 West 134th Street, New York, NY. Eucharist will be at 6:30 followed by dinner and dancing. The cost is a $40 donation for adults, and $20 for children.  The event will honor the Reverend Patrick Williams and will benefit the MNIPC Summer Educational Project. The flier for the event can be found here.

Theology and Health Pastoral Dialogue on Mental Health
Jun
3
10:00 am10:00

Theology and Health Pastoral Dialogue on Mental Health

Cathedral House Conference Room

Join us in Cathedral House for a workshop hosted by the Cathedral on the topic of Mental Health/Mental Illness -how to recognize, care for, and advocate for those living with a mental illness. The presenter is the Rev. Deacon Kent J. Curtis, LCSW. For more information about this as well as other opportunities for faith and formation contact: pastor@stjohdivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jun
4
10:10 am10:10

Christian Spiritual Practices

All are welcome to participate in Christian Spiritual Practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. We will meet in the Earth Bay on the south side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact cbyun@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jun
4
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jun
11
10:10 am10:10

Christian Spiritual Practices

All are welcome to participate in Christian Spiritual Practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. We will meet in the Earth Bay on the south side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact cbyun@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jun
11
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Strawberry Festival & Trip to St. Hilda's
Jun
11
12:30 pm12:30

Strawberry Festival & Trip to St. Hilda's

This year, following the Strawberry Festival, the Congregation's Ecology forum will be hosting a trip to St. Hilda's House at 1:30 PM. St. Hilda's House is the nearby "green" home of the Community of the Holy Spirit which includes rooftop gardens, solar panels, composting and as many salvaged or renewable building materials as possible. For more information contact Michael Nixon. A New York Times article about their House can be found here.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jun
12
11:00 am11:00

Christian Spiritual Practices

St. Martin's Chapel

Join Cathedral staff and clergy in learning and participating in different form of traditional Christian spiritual practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. All are welcome to stay for the 12:15 Eucharist that follows.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jun
18
10:10 am10:10

Christian Spiritual Practices

All are welcome to participate in Christian Spiritual Practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. We will meet in the Earth Bay on the south side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact cbyun@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jun
18
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Congregation of Saint Saviour 20s 30s Brunch
Jun
18
12:45 pm12:45

Congregation of Saint Saviour 20s 30s Brunch

Young adults interested in meeting people from the resident Congregation of Saint Saviour are welcome to this monthly brunch that occurs on the third Sunday of each month. Gather by the coffee station after the 11:00AM service before heading out to a meal in the neighborhood. 

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jun
25
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jun
25
10:10 am10:10

Christian Spiritual Practices

All are welcome to participate in Christian Spiritual Practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. We will meet in the Earth Bay on the south side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact cbyun@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jun
26
11:00 am11:00

Christian Spiritual Practices

St. Martin's Chapel

Join Cathedral staff and clergy in learning and participating in different form of traditional Christian spiritual practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. All are welcome to stay for the 12:15 Eucharist that follows.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jul
2
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jul
3
11:00 am11:00

Christian Spiritual Practices

St. Martin's Chapel

Join Cathedral staff and clergy in learning and participating in different form of traditional Christian spiritual practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. All are welcome to stay for the 12:15 Eucharist that follows.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jul
9
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jul
16
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jul
17
11:00 am11:00

Christian Spiritual Practices

St. Martin's Chapel

Join Cathedral staff and clergy in learning and participating in different form of traditional Christian spiritual practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. All are welcome to stay for the 12:15 Eucharist that follows.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jul
23
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jul
24
11:00 am11:00

Christian Spiritual Practices

St. Martin's Chapel

Join Cathedral staff and clergy in learning and participating in different form of traditional Christian spiritual practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. All are welcome to stay for the 12:15 Eucharist that follows.

Sunday Morning Bible Study
Jul
30
10:10 am10:10

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Cathedral Nave, American History Bay

All are welcome to attend a Bible study on today’s readings. The group meets in the American History bay on the north side of the Cathedral’s Nave. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Christian Spiritual Practices
Jul
31
11:00 am11:00

Christian Spiritual Practices

St. Martin's Chapel

Join Cathedral staff and clergy in learning and participating in different form of traditional Christian spiritual practices including Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. All are welcome to stay for the 12:15 Eucharist that follows.


Youth Confirmation Class
May
21
1:30 pm13:30

Youth Confirmation Class

If you are a young person interested in exploring your faith with other young people, either in preparation for confirmation or simply to explore and meet other young people at the Cathedral, please join us. For more information, contact Mother Mary Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org.

Brunch Hosted by Dean Daniel
May
21
10:00 am10:00

Brunch Hosted by Dean Daniel

Donegan Hall, Diocesan House

The new Acting Dean of the Cathedral, the Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel III, will host a brunch for the congregation and Cathedral community between the two services at 10:00am in Donegan Hall, which is located across the Close from the Cathedral in Diocesan House. All are welcome to the brunch. It will be a great opportunity to meet and welcome the new Acting Dean to the congregation and Cathedral community. 

Dialogues on Race and Religion: Refugee Resettlement in the Local Community: The Westchester County Experience
May
15
7:00 pm19:00

Dialogues on Race and Religion: Refugee Resettlement in the Local Community: The Westchester County Experience

Cathedral House Conference Room

Join leaders from refugee resettlement groups in Westchester County for a discussion about how refugee resettlement works at the local level and how churches and individuals can help. Speakers include Jmel Wilson who is leading the Hearts and Homes for Refugees effort in Larchmont and Mamaroneck, an organization which recently received refugee through Catholic Charities, as well as Mary Refling, Deacon Lynn Werdal, and Peter Russell from the Westchester Refugee Task Force. For more information, contact Steven Lee at slee@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Dialogues on Race and Religion: Racism and Its Impact on American Society
May
8
7:00 pm19:00

Dialogues on Race and Religion: Racism and Its Impact on American Society

Cathedral House Conference Room

This workshop will examine how our own racial identities develop in such a context where racism is like the smog in the air we all breathe.  We will explore some of the ways we have encountered and responded to difference.  Ideally, as we expand our consciousness, we have more capacity to find the "other" within ourselves and to encounter "others" from a place of identification and connection. Janice O. Bennett, PhD is a psychologist/psychoanalyst in private practice. She writes and presents on race, culture and the legacy of slavery. Sarah Hill, LCSW is a psychotherapist and bodyworker.  She is also a teacher and a writer and is always grateful for opportunities to talk about race. For more information, contact Steven Lee at slee@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Christian Spiritual Practices
May
8
11:00 am11:00

Christian Spiritual Practices

St. Martin's Chapel

A very special Christian Spiritual Practices workshop on the Jesus Prayer led by The Very Revd. John A. McGuckin. Professor McGuckin is the Nielsen Professor in Late Antique and Byzantine Christian History at Union Theological Seminary and Professor of Byzantine Christian Studies at Columbia University. He is an Archpriest of the Orthodox Church, and over 30 years has taught in numerous European and American University settings. You are welcome to stay for the 12:15 Eucharist that follows. For more information, contact Chanmi Byun at cbyun@stjohndivine.org or (212) 316-7483.

Dialogues on Race and Religion: Demystifying the NYC Muslim Community (Without Rejecting the Mystery)
May
1
7:00 pm19:00

Dialogues on Race and Religion: Demystifying the NYC Muslim Community (Without Rejecting the Mystery)

Cathedral House Conference Room

Join P. Adem Carroll for a converation and discussion about the New York City Muslim community. Adem is a New York Irish Muslim who is the founder and former Executive Director of the Muslim Consultative Network, which works to promote inclusion, dialogue and community strengthening in New York City. Currently Adem directs New York programs for Burma Task Force USA. For more information, contact Steven Lee at slee@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Education for Ministry Open Meeting
Apr
20
6:30 pm18:30

Education for Ministry Open Meeting

Cathedral House Conference Room

There will be an open meeting of EfM (Education for Ministry) on Thursday, April 20th in the Conference Room of Cathedral House at 6:30 in the evening. We are all ministers of the Gospel by virtue of our baptism and our faith. Come and see what this program is about and see if it might be just what you're looking for in the way of help and support for your ministry.

Easter Day
Apr
16
8:00 am08:00

Easter Day

8:00 AM
Holy Eucharist. A spoken service in St. James' Chapel.

11:00 AM
Festal Eucharist. The Cathedral will be brimming, as we sing together great hymns for Easter. The Cathedral Choirs sing and the Bishop of New York celebrates and preaches.

4:00 PM
Festal Evensong. After the drama of Holy Week plays out, join the Cathedral Choir for the more contemplative liturgy of Evensong.

Easter Vigil and Holy Eucharist
Apr
15
7:00 pm19:00

Easter Vigil and Holy Eucharist

With the Cathedral lit only by candlelight, the Paschal mystery unfolds through readings and chanting of psalms. When the lights of the Cathedral are finally illuminated, all join in ringing in the first moments of Easter.

Good Friday
Apr
14
12:00 pm12:00

Good Friday

12:00 Noon
Good Friday Liturgy. A traditional observance, which uses Victoria's Passion, sung by the Cathedral Choir, to tell the crucifixion story.

2:30 PM
Stations of the Cross. Readings, in Spanish and English, and group chanting and hymns take participants through twelve stations, ending in the Biblical Garden.

7:00 PM
Laments for Good Friday. Sung by the Cathedral Choir, the drama of Good Friday is set in relief through spoken word and music.

Holy Tuesday Eucharist
Apr
11
7:00 pm19:00

Holy Tuesday Eucharist

St. Martin's Chapel

In observance of Holy Tuesday, there will be a contemplative, spoken Eucharist in St. Martin's Chapel.

Holy Monday Eucharist
Apr
10
7:00 pm19:00

Holy Monday Eucharist

St. Martin's Chapel

In observance of Holy Monday, there will be a contemplative, spoken Eucharist in St. Martin's Chapel.

Palm Sunday
Apr
9
9:00 am09:00

Palm Sunday

9:00 AM and 11:00 AM

Blessing of the Palms and the Holy Eucharist. The Palm Sunday liturgy takes participants on a journey from Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem through the Passion story.

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross
Apr
7
1:00 pm13:00

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross

St. Martin's Chapel

This week, Bishop Allen Shin leads a discussion on the journey of Christ to the Cross. If you would like to come to the 12:15 Eucharist and stay - or simply come for this discussion - you are most welcome. Offered on Fridays during Lent.

Hebrew Bible Study
Apr
5
7:30 pm19:30

Hebrew Bible Study

Hebrew Bible Study. All are invited to join rabbinical students from the Jewish Theological Seminary, Christian seminary students, and others for a study of the Hebrew Bible.

Manhattan Interparish Council Lenten Eucharists and Supper
Apr
5
7:00 pm19:00

Manhattan Interparish Council Lenten Eucharists and Supper

St. Edward the Martyr, 14 East 109th Street

The Manhattan North Inter-Parish Council, which includes the Congregation of Saint Saviour, is hosting a Lenten series of Wednesday night Eucharist services followed by a light supper starting at 7 PM. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Theology and Health Pastoral Dialogue on LGBT issues and People of Color
Apr
1
1:00 pm13:00

Theology and Health Pastoral Dialogue on LGBT issues and People of Color

Cathedral House Conference Room

Join the Rev. Dr. Patrick Cheng, an associate priest at The Church of the Transfiguration in New York City, theologian, and attorney, for a talk on the topic of LGBT issues and people of color, and the intersectionality of queer and racial/ethnic identity, through the lens of his book Rainbow Theology: Bridging Race, Sexuality, and Spirit. Fr. Cheng is also the author of Radical Love: An Introduction to Queer Theology and From Sin to Amazing Grace: Discovering the Queer Christ. For more information, contact Chanmi Byun at cbyun@stjohndivine.org or (212) 316-7483.

Congregation of St. Saviour Lenten Retreat: A Journey from Ash Wednesday through Easter
Mar
31
Apr 2

Congregation of St. Saviour Lenten Retreat: A Journey from Ash Wednesday through Easter

  • Holy Cross Monastery

Lent is a time of so many things, and experienced through many personal acts of devotion for most Christians. For some, it is a time of reflection, penance and self-examination. Lent for others is about service, giving of oneself and/or taking on a discipline that serves as a physical and spiritual way to walk the Lenten journey.  For some, if not most Christians, it is all of the above. In this retreat, we will focus on the different and unique ways in which we as individuals engage the Lenten Season to enliven our faith.

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross
Mar
31
1:00 pm13:00

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross

If you would like to come to the 12:15 Eucharist and stay - or simply come for this discussion - you are most welcome. Diocesan and Cathedral clergy will lead discussions on the journey of Christ to the Cross.

Hebrew Bible Study
Mar
29
7:30 pm19:30

Hebrew Bible Study

Cathedral House Dining Room

Hebrew Bible Study. All are invited to join rabbinical students from the Jewish Theological Seminary, Christian seminary students, and others for a study of the Hebrew Bible.

Manhattan Interparish Council Lenten Eucharists and Supper
Mar
29
7:00 pm19:00

Manhattan Interparish Council Lenten Eucharists and Supper

Church of the Heavenly Rest, 2 East 90 Street @ 5th Ave

The Manhattan North Inter-Parish Council, which includes the Congregation of Saint Saviour, is hosting a Lenten series of Wednesday night Eucharist services followed by a light supper starting at 7 PM. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Dialogues on Race and Religion: The Rising Hope Prison Ministry
Mar
27
7:00 pm19:00

Dialogues on Race and Religion: The Rising Hope Prison Ministry

Cathedral House Conference Room

Join representatives from The Rising Hope Program in Ministry and Human Services, including formerly incarcerated men, for a discussion about prisons and ministry in prisons. Rising Hope offers a post-secondary course of study designed to prepare people in prison for ministry or work in the helping professions, and it operates in several New York state prisons, including Sing Sing, Fishkill, and Woodbourne Correctional Facilities. For more information, contact Steven Lee at slee@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.

Exploring Confrmation and Baptism
Mar
26
5:30 pm17:30

Exploring Confrmation and Baptism

Cathedral House
 
During the season of Lent, in lieu of bi-weekly inquirer’s dinners, we will gather in Cathedral House for a simple dinner and discussion about what it means to be part of the body of Christ and the Episcopal Church. If you are considering baptism or confirmation, this is a great time to do that preparation as well as partake of the season of Lent. Our next adult Baptisms and Confirmations will take place on the Saturday night Easter Vigil. If you have any questions or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross
Mar
24
1:00 pm13:00

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross

St. Martin's Chapel

This week, Bishop Mary Glasspool leads a discussion on the journey of Christ to the Cross. If you would like to come to the 12:15 Eucharist and stay - or simply come for this discussion - you are most welcome. Offered on Fridays during Lent.

Hebrew Bible Study
Mar
22
7:30 pm19:30

Hebrew Bible Study

Hebrew Bible Study. All are invited to join rabbinical students from the Jewish Theological Seminary, Christian seminary students, and others for a study of the Hebrew Bible.

Manhattan Interparish Council Lenten Eucharists and Supper
Mar
22
7:00 pm19:00

Manhattan Interparish Council Lenten Eucharists and Supper

St. Philip's Church, 204 West 134th Street

The Manhattan North Inter-Parish Council, which includes the Congregation of Saint Saviour, is hosting a Lenten series of Wednesday night Eucharist services followed by a light supper starting at 7 PM. For further information, please contact Mother Mary Julia Jett at mjett@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7456.