James Montgomery: A Man for all People. Writer, poet, hymn writer, anti-slavery and anti-child labour campaigner, newspaper editor and radical Montgomery was arguably Sheffields greatest 19th century citizen. At our Off the Shelf event at Sheffield Cathedral, learn all about his life and works through displays, exhibitions, workshops, drama and childrens activities. A Writing Workshop will give you the chance to be in print plus music, puppet shows, a drama to take part in or watch, rare original manuscripts, Victorian children at work and the Cathedrals own Montgomery memorial window and monument.
The lunchtime recital series will start again for the new academic year in September. However, please note that from October 2014, recitals will take place on Thursdays and Fridays, rather than Tuesdays and Fridays.
A rousing chorus of Sheffield's Award Winning folk stars will celebrate the achievements of the city's Women of Steel at a concert in November to mark the finale of the Statue Appeal.
Sermon, 16.00 Festal Choral Evensong, The Very Revd Peter Bradley
Sermon, 1600 Evening Prayer with Hymns, Revd Captain Ian Maher CA
Sermon, 10.30 Cathedral Eucharist, Revd Canon Michael Page
Sermon, 16.00 Evening Prayer with Hymns, Revd Captain Ian Maher CA
Sermon, 10.30 Cathedral Eucharist, Revd Captain Ian Maher CA
Sermon, 16.00 Evening Prayer with Hymns, Revd Captain Ian Maher
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