Home to a vibrant community who share a faith in Jesus Christ.
God has been worshipped on the site of Sheffield Cathedral for over 1000 years and counting. It stands as a symbol of God’s love for us all, whoever we are and whatever our need. The Cathedral is a centre for Christian worship in the Diocese of Sheffield and we invite you to join us at one of our many and regular services.
A Heritage of Remembrance in the two Chapels of St George, honouring the men of the York and Lancaster Regiment and HMS Sheffield.
Historian Dr Catherine Fletcher gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the making of this incredible series.
Matthew Blaiden is the Director of Music at St Mary Magdalene Church, Richmond. Previously, he has been the Assistant Organist at Little St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, and held the Organ Scholarship at St Peter’s Church, Petersham.
Join historian Laura Alston in the Cathedral Chapter House for a talk on genealogy and how to research your family tree. Tickets £3 from the cathedral shop.
Russian-born Nina has enjoyed a long career as an international concert pianist, touring to many parts of the world and playing at many prestigious venues.
Paul studied at the Royal College of Music in London with Nicholas Danby, Richard Popplewell and Herbert Howells. He now lives his childhood dream, giving around twenty recitals each year in prestigious venues; recitals in 2014 included seven UK cathedrals and a recital tour in Germany.
A tour and talk on the beautiful windows around Sheffield Cathedral.
Part of a UK tour of churches and cathedrals to promote Luca’s recent releases.
Discover the fascinating stories of some of Sheffield’s most famous Victorians including the Cole Brothers, Mark Firth and Samuel Holberry, some of the 87,000 residents of this hidden Victorian landscape.