Dialogues on Race and Religion

Every Monday evening, scholars, authors, activists, and community leaders come to the Cathedral to discuss issues at the intersection of race, religion, and contemporary culture. Events have included visits from Episcopal Migrant Ministries, the New Sanctuary movement, Rural and Migrant Ministries, and Justice for Our Neighbors New York, as well as community organizing training and talks on Muslim-Christian dialogues, James Baldwin, and the colonization of Puerto Rico.

To see upcoming events, visit our calendar. For more information on the Cathedral and the Congregation of Saint Saviour’s work on immigration, see the Congregation website.

These events take place on Monday evenings in Cathedral House, which is located in the middle of the Cathedral's Close. Attendees should enter the Close via the driveway just south of the Cathedral's main entrance at 112th Street, check in at the security booth on the right, and proceed to Cathedral House. You can download a map of the Close here. For more information, contact Steven Lee at slee@stjohndivine.org or (212) 316-7483.