This May, experience religious diversity through an exclusive photograph exhibit:

Religion in America

Never-before-seen photographs featuring the diverse expression of faith in modern society

Becket is proud to unveil “Religion in America,” an exclusive, never-before-seen photo exhibit, as part of its Canterbury Medal Gala on May 4 in New York. The exhibit will provide an intimate look at how people of diverse faiths worship in modern American society.

For people of faith, rituals surround and sustain their lives. From the daily routines of prayer, meditation, scripture study, and song, to celebrations of life’s most significant moments—birth, marriage, coming-of-age, and death—ritual is often the very fabric of religious exercise. These rituals, both big and small, connect what makes us human to something higher.

For one night only, the black-tie Gala’s exhibit invites you to become part of the sacred rituals of people of diverse faiths, including Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims, Native Americans, and more, by glimpsing the most important and personal moments of religious life.

Don’t miss this curated exhibit capturing the moments that give life to America’s people of faith.

This event will take place on May 4th at The Pierre in New York.

For more information, contact Communications Director Melinda Skea at or 202-349-7224. Interviews can be arranged in English, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.