Now we have all had time to catch our breath, the team have been reflecting on some of the ‘behind the scenes’ moments during a very busy Easter period.
Join us for a 1940s themed living history event for all the family, featuring our very own Lancaster Bomber flypast over the Cathedral!
Without doubt this Easter will live long in our memory and we have seen history made. Signs of new life and growth are in evidence among us. Alleluia! Christ is Risen!
Last Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II visited Sheffield Cathedral to present the Royal Maundy service to 89 men and 89 women in recognition for their service to the local community.
Our brand new official Sheffield Cathedral Guidebook is now on sale in the cathedral shop!
Mrs Ruth Charles, a member of the Sheffield Cathedral congregation, is celebrating her 100th birthday today.
On Thursday of this week, I will be taking part in two profoundly symbolic actions in the Cathedral which have humility at their heart.
Sheffield Cathedral have taken delivery of a pair of newly commissioned processional candle stands.
On Palm Sunday we enter Holy Week and journey with Christ and remember the events leading to the crucifixion.
The Royal Maundy visit means that there will be some road closures in the city centre around Sheffield Cathedral.
Today the Cathedral held a special event for the recipients of the Maundy money.
The Royal Maundy service has been a key date in the Royal and Christian calendars in the UK for over 800 years.
Her Majesty the Queen will be distributing gifts to 89 men and 89 women this Maundy Thursday. Here is why...
Royal Maundy is the annual commemoration by the Monarch of the washing of the disciples’ feet by Jesus
Andrew Coombe is appointed as Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant for South Yorkshire.
Many of us might have been encouraged to find that the Church of England hit the national headlines on Shrove Tuesday.
We are delighted to say that Sheffield Cathedral has been shortlisted for the RICS Building Conservation Award.
Next week we embark upon the season of Lent, which is the annual opportunity for a ‘spiritual spring clean’.
February and March will see 3 photographic exhibitions coming to the Cathedral.
Crafts, dressing up and a Tudor Trail for accompanied children up to 11+.