Cathedral of St. John the Divine
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, officially called the Cathedral Church of Saint John: The Great Divine in the City and Diocese of New York is tied for the title of being the fourth-largest Christian cathedral in the world alongside the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. It is located between Amsterdam Avenue and West 110th and 113th streets in Manhattan’s Morningside Heights neighborhood. Activity wise, the Cathedral is a major center for several concerts annually, including regularly held organ recitals during select weekdays at noon and on Sundays at 5.15 pm. Other activities include St. James Recital Series, which feature local pianists and other musicians’ performances on select Sundays. All of these concerts are free and open to the public. The cathedral is also a fairly popular tourist attraction for its massive size, great Neo-Gothic architecture and impressive glass windows made of thousands of glass pieces. The cathedral also features a basement, which occasionally helps with feeding the poor and the homeless, with the addition of having crypts and occasional meetings.