A Year with The Saint John's Bible

"One of the extraordinary undertakings of our time."

– Smithsonian Magazine

Last year, the Cathedral has been home to a rare Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible: Gospels and Acts, an illuminated handwritten version of the sacred text. This year, we will be home to a new volume of The Saint John's Bible: Letters and Revelation.

The breadth and scope of The Saint John’s Bible has been compared to that of The Sistine Chapel. An international team of calligraphers and artists spent fifteen years creating this illuminated, handwritten masterpiece. Though the team used medieval techniques, the illustrations incorporate modern elements such as DNA strands, images from the Hubble telescope, and satellite photos of the Ganges River.

Our programs will use the stunning artwork from Revelations as inspiration for conversations and classes about the future of our faith.

Programs:

Lenten Series: Letters and Revelation

Wednesdays, March 13th through April 10th at 7pm

Join the Rev. Canon Bruce Griffith, Th.D. and the Very Rev. Michael Sniffen for a look at our new volume of The Saint John's Bible: Letters and Revelation. Following fellowship over a light shared meal, we will gather in the library for study, prayer, and reflection.

Location:

Mercer School of Theology