Every year Grace Cathedral chooses a theme to help provide focus and create new ways to grow as a community.
In this moment of tremendous change and challenge, all of us need healing in some way or another. There is simply no going back to what we were before. We need to hold on to what we have learned – to the new habits that are sustaining us – but we also need to be made new. Join us this year as we explore healing together through worship, the arts, civic conversation and service.
The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm Clemens Young has shared that 2021 will be the Year or Healing. His letter of introduction is below.
Welcome to the Year of Healing at Grace Cathedral.
During this time we hope to contribute to bodily and emotional health, to a greater connection both to the natural world and to other people who differ from us. In these difficult days we will contribute to spiritual healing that is so desperately needed.
We are recovering from a global pandemic and economic crisis that have further uncovered inequality and injustice that have been a lasting part of our society. After a political season of unparalleled acrimony, we seek to be agents of healing in this country. As a community this year we will be exploring how we can begin to heal ourselves, the earth, our local ecosystems, society, our family and other relationships.
Healing with Ideas, the Arts and Faith
The Forum is a series of stimulating conversations about faith, ethics and culture in relation to the important issues of this moment. Hosted by Dean Malcolm Young and open to all on Zoom, these interactive open discussions help us heal the divides that exist between us, and bring meaning to the way we live in the world.
Explore recent and upcoming videos of The Forum:
Monday, January 25 @ 6:00 pm
Monday, February 8 @ 6:00 pm
Monday, February 15 @ 6:00 pm
Music heals the soul.
Experience the celebrated Alexander String Quartet’s online performance of Joseph Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ on April 2, Good Friday.
Grace Clergy at Home
As we continue to shelter in place members of the clergy share deeply personal video’s from their homes, reflecting on healing and faith.