There is much happening in the world that causes concern, heartache and fear. Advent gives us space to face the world situation with prayer, hope and trust in God’s promises.
1554 was created by the Cathedral, for the Cathedral, with all proceeds going to support the work and life of the Cathedral in our city.
The Cathedral's theme for this Advent and Christmas is the confident hope we have in God. Join us and discover the dawning light of Advent and the golden light of Christmas.
We are in a period that the Church knows as All Saints to Advent. It is a time of remembering.Let us remember those who have affected our lives for good and assisted us in our Christian discipleship.
While Patrizia Sandretto was in town, the Going Public Sheffield team sat down with her to hear her thoughts on collecting and what makes good art.
We are pleased to announce that Sheffield Cathedral has been accredited as a Living Wage employer.
To commemorate this very special day The Royal Maundy booklet is now available to buy from the Cathedral shop.
As we gather in the Cathedral each day for the Eucharist we are reminded that the journey we travel through the liturgy invites us to be open to be transformed by God’s love and grace.
Choral evensong is perhaps the Church of England’s most distinctive liturgy and most important contribution to worship in this country.
We are delighted to say that Sheffield Cathedral has been awarded the prestigious Sandford Award for Heritage Education 2015.
Please note that on Monday 12 October the Cathedral will be open for services only and closed to visitors from 11am.
A free and public event, the summit will be take place at Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Cathedral on Monday 12 October.
Last week Sheffield Cathedral was visited by David Graham on his cycling tour of every Cathedral in England.
The Cathedral has a long history of serving the city and engaging with civic and business life.
On Tuesday 29 September, our very own Canon Keith Farrow was commissioned as a Theatre Chaplain during a service at St Paul's Covent Garden, London.
The Global Goals for Sustainable Development, agreed by the United Nations earlier in September, provide a timely challenge.
Let us pray for all pilgrims and ask that God shows his love and light to all those who seek him.
Following the launch of Going Public Sheffield, The Very Reverend Peter Bradley spoke to BBC Radio Sheffield.
What can we do for those we see suffering in the current migrant crisis? Here are four simple suggestions.
Going Public Sheffield is now live across the city. With exhibitions at Sheffield Cathedral, the Millennium Gallery, Graves Gallery, Site Gallery and Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery.