2022-23 Program Highlights
Recent and Upcoming Programs
When we gather people together through the Cathedral College of Faith & Culture, we aim to open minds, change hearts and transform the world around us. Whether in big public programs or intimate encounters, we believe we can build bridges when we convene God’s people.
We invite you to learn more about our current and recent programming highlights. You can revisit past programs or register for upcoming opportunities.
The exciting work of the Cathedral College is made possible by the Cathedral for the Future Campaign.
68th North American Deans ConferenceApril 27–30, 2023
Dean Randy Hollerith welcomes Deans from across the continent to join us for reflection, fellowship and worship at the Cathedral as we focus on “The Sacred and the Civic: Voices of Faith in the Public Square” and what each of us can do to shore up democracy. learn more
Take On LentAsh Wed–Easter, 2023
Jesus left Peter with the mandate to “Feed my sheep” (John 21:17), so the Cathedral wants to feed your heart and mind this Lenten season. We invite you to commit to journeying with us from Ash Wednesday to Easter Morning as we “take on” Lent with five weeks of Tuesday night dinners and classes. learn more
Cathedral Center for Prayer & Pilgrimageongoing programs
The Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage is an expression of the Cathedral’s commitment the spiritual life as a house of prayer for all people and a home for pilgrims from near and far. For over two decades the Center has offered opportunities for spiritual deepening through pilgrimages, prayer gatherings, labyrinth walks, retreats and workshops. learn more
Surrender: A Conversation with Bonodecember 5, 2022
We're thrilled to share the video of our Dec. 5 conversation between U2 frontman Bono and our Canon Historian, Jon Meacham. More than 2,000 people filled the Cathedral to hear Bono discuss his new book, "Surrender," as he shared his thoughts about faith, justice and America's place in the world. watch webcast
Light in the Darkness Windows Replacement Projectongoing programs
The Cathedral’s Light in the Darkness windows replacement project will capture the resilience, faith and endurance of African Americans and our nation’s struggle with the original sins of racism and slavery. learn more