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.
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.
Richard Taylor, best selling author of ‘How to Read a Church’ will show us how to read Sheffield Cathedral – the significance of its layout and importance of details such as colours, images and symbolism. A fascinating guide to the history and messages of this beautiful building and its treasures.
International classical soloists Hannah Woolmer and Daniel Roberts return to Sheffield Cathedral.
Previously used as a vestry, organ loft and even to house Sheffield’s only fire engine, this 18th century extension now celebrates women in the Church and tells many stories through its exposed historic stonework.
A heritage talk and walk with historian Laura Alston - discover Sheffield’s past from the stories told by the cathedral’s ancient gravestones. Tickets £3 from the cathedral shop.
A tour and talk to discover the fascinating story of the Sheffield Church Burgesses, founded by Mary Tudor and still in existence today.
The Roughshod Theatre Company will be making Sheffield Cathedral its home for one week this summer - from Sunday 12th July to Sunday 19th July.