Since 1882, St. John’s has graced the corner of 4th and Silver in Albuquerque. Originally a small parish church, St. John’s became a diocesan Cathedral during the 1920s. Our current building was designed by John Gaw Meem and then built in 1950. And while the Cathedral House was renovated during the 1970s, sections of the 1930s-era structure remain. Our Cathedral is listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places. It’s easy to see why. When you visit, ask to see the “Resurrection Window” the vesting sacristy. You’ll be able to enjoy stained glass windows from our original church in the Chapel of the Beloved Disciple. For excellent examples of work by Charles Connick, spend some time with stained glass windows in the Cathedral Nave. Our Reuter op. 2210 pipe organ is the largest in New Mexico. We invite you to stop by while visiting Albuquerque. We hope you’ll be inspired to join our journey of faith if you live here. Read more about our history in From a Grain of Mustard Seed by Cynthia Davis. Available in the Cathedral Gift Shop, or from the author.