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.
Sheffield Cathedral is delighted to be working in partnership with Green Estate to present ‘Before the Smoke’, a Heritage Tour which begins at Sheffield Cathedral, Sheffield’s oldest building still in daily use.
Join us at the Cathedral for a evening in the company of Nancy Kerr (BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year 2015) and James Fagan.
Our biggest family-friendly heritage event of the year! With living history displays, re-enactments and characters from Sheffield’s Medieval and Tudor past, there’s a day full of fun lined up for everyone.
From 16 September to 12 December Sheffield Cathedral will be part of Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield.
Bill and Ed from the Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind (SRSB) will be performing a joint piano recital.
Discover how the Cathedral tells the story of Sheffield from medieval times to the present day and learn more about the recent discovery of the Shrewsbury burial vault.
Join us for an evening of history, drama and live music in the magnificent surroundings of Sheffield Cathedral. Featuring a talk by David Templeman on the Life of Lady Arbella Stuart.
Explore the cathedral graveyard, meet some of its fascinating residents and discover how the area has changed over the centuries.
A behind-the-scenes look at the story of Sheffield as told by the beautiful stained glass windows of the Cathedral Chapter House.
With Guest Director Alexander Sitkovetsky at the helm, this will surely be an exciting and memorable evening.
Would you like the chance to sing in the wonderful surroundings of Sheffield Cathedral? Well here’s your chance!
Tall Stories, creators of the popular stage shows of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom, will be presenting their acclaimed production of The Snow Dragon in the magnificent surroundings of Sheffield Cathedral as part of their 2015 pre-Christmas tour .
Discover a Captive Queen, the Talbot dogs, Sheffield cutlery and a heady mix of Tudor politics and religion in the Shrewsbury family Chapel.
Discover the fascinating stories of some of the cemetery’s 87,000 residents in this hidden Victorian landscape.
Join London Concertante and get in to the spirit of Christmas with this unforgettable night of music!
Discover how to interpret examples of these around Sheffield Cathedral.
A Heritage of Remembrance in the two Chapels of St George.
Find out what really happened to Mary in her captivity years in this journey around the places she was held captive.
Learn about the challenges of treating these soldiers in the city’s hospitals and how this experience benefitted the civilian population of the city after the war.
A walk and talk around some of the Cathedral’s beautiful stained glass windows.