The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is the seat of the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York and hosts several diocesan-wide liturgies, including ordinations of deacons and priests, consecrations of bishops, reaffirmations of clergy vows, confirmations, and other celebrations of the life of our diocese and denomination throughout the year. Some people also choose to mark sacred transitions in their lives through Pastoral Services at the Cathedral.
Daily and Sunday worship, whether held as intimate gatherings, online livestreams, or festal celebrations, are at the heart of life at the Cathedral. As the city, country, and world continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, changes to the Cathedral's worship schedule will be regularly updated to better ensure the health and safety of our congregants and community.
Schedule of Daily Liturgical Services
10:30 am - Holy Eucharist
The Cathedral's Sunday morning worship service is held in-person and streamed live to the Cathedral's website, Facebook page, and YouTube channel.
2 pm - New Community Service
Starting on March 13, New Community multilingual services will be held in the Chapel of St. Ansgar on the second, third, fourth, and fifth Sunday of the Month in Spanish, Korean, Japanese, and Mandarin.
7 pm - Compline
The Cathedral's service of night prayer, sung by the Cathedral Choir, will begin on February 20.
12:15pm -- Midday Eucharist
Join us in the Chapel of St. Martin every weekday for the Eucharist and Holy Communion.
Morning and Evening Prayer services are offered online via Zoom, Monday through Saturday:
8:30 am - Morning Prayer
5:30 pm - Evening Prayer
Zoom log in information can be found through the calendar page by clicking the date of the service and then the appropriate entry.