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Cathedral of St John the Divine, The

Cathedral St. John the Divine "is the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world. Over 600 feet in length, the Statue of Liberty would fit comfortably under its central dome. It is the seat of the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York and is "mother church " of the Diocese. Charted a a "house of worship for all peoples," its cornerstone was laid over a century ago.

The Cathedral and its surrounding gardens and buildings form an 11.3-acre complex collectively referred to as The Close.

Founded in 1908, The Cathedral Gardens Conservancy designs, maintains, and supports all of the gardens on the Close. Many of the members of this all-volunteer group have served for decades, planning and implementing this urban oasis.

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Hours
CATHEDRAL HOURS:
Monday - Saturday, from 7 AM to 6 PM,
Sunday 7 AM - 7 PM


SUNDAY SERVICES:
8:00 AM Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist, 9:00 AM Holy Eucharist
9:30 AM Santa Misa en Espanol
11:00 AM Choral Eucharist, 6:00 PM Choral Evensong and Organ Meditation


GROUNDS & GARDEN:
Open during daylight hours
Access: The Cathedral is wheelchair accessible through the113 street ramp. Inside the Cathedral ramps are available to reach the chapels, unfortunately the bathrooms are not accessible at this time.

Visitor Information

Cathedral of St John the Divine, The

1047 Amsterdam Avenue
at W. 112th Street
New York, NY 10025
212-316-7540 phone

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Public Transportation
By subway, take the 1 or 9 train to the 110th Street / Cathedral Parkway station. By bus take the 4 or 104 to Broadway and 112th Street or the 11 to Amsterdam Avenue and 112th Street.

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