Washington National Cathedral

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December 13, 2007

World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary, the Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia, will address the question "Can churches be peacemakers in a world racked by violence?" at the Washington National Cathedral on Sunday, December 16.

Kobia will be the guest at the Cathedral "Sunday Forum," a 50-...

November 7, 2007

Washington National Cathedral continues its Centennial celebration on Friday evening, November 9, with the first-ever candle-lit gala which will welcome people of all faiths and unite a community of committed individuals who support the church's wide-ranging ministries.

South Africa's...

October 18, 2007

It was an extraordinary night of prayer and music in the nation's capital when more than 2,500 gathered October 16 for an interfaith celebration at Washington National Cathedral to express their desire for global peace and an end to the continuing war in Iraq.

Throughout the evening,...

September 28, 2007

Marking the beginning of Washington National Cathedral's centennial celebration, a Cathedral Day Open House 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on September 29 will include a free music festival, demonstrations by cathedral artisans, food, children's activities, puppet shows, tower climbs, garden walks, a hymn sing...

September 18, 2007

The Cathedral College of Washington National Cathedral will host a Spanish preaching conference, spoken entirely in Spanish, October 22-26.

"Biblical Preaching: A Hispanic Approach" (for Spanish-speaking preachers) will be a comprehensive introduction to the art of biblical preaching...

September 16, 2007

For 100 years, the nation has watched the church on top of the hill grow.

Eighty-three years in the making, the Washington National Cathedral is more than a church; it represents the dedication of multiple generations working together to create a national house of worship.

The...

July 9, 2007

Fourteen bicyclists from Iran who are criss-crossing the United States with a message of peace will make their final U.S. stop at Washington National Cathedral on July 11.

Episcopal Diocese of Washington Bishop John Bryson Chane is scheduled to greet the women and men who comprise the...

July 3, 2007

First Lady Laura Bush, speaking recently in Maputo, Mozambique, announced the commencement of Together Against Malaria (TAM), an inter-faith program created by Washington National Cathedral and partners to combat that country's leading cause of death.

Funded through the President's...

June 19, 2007

The little-known stories of the people who "built" Washington National Cathedral come to life in an exhibit which describes the accounts of its visionaries, donors, artists, workers and leaders.

"Dreamers and Believers: Cathedral Builders" celebrates the centennial of laying the...

May 30, 2007

South Africa's anti-apartheid hero Archbishop Desmond Tutu will be the inaugural recipient of a Washington National Cathedral award acknowledging individual efforts in unifying people across the religious spectrum.

Officially named "The Cathedral Prize for Advancement in Religious...

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