It would be easy to take for granted the freedom and liberty we are afforded to engage the community.
With a total of 17 sets performed over the 3 days, here is what the crowd thought on Twitter.
Choral music is a hallmark of many Cathedral services and that is certainly true for us in Sheffield.
Sometimes it is good for us to hear again familiar concepts, ideas and stories, and to have them interpreted in different ways.
The 1554 Coffee Shop has been open for just over a month and is receiving wonderful feedback.
Among our dedicated volunteers at Sheffield Cathedral is Margaret Garner, a guide and welcomer for over 20 years. Here is why it matters to her.
This week is a week of mission at Sheffield Cathedral in partnership with Riding Lights Roughshod Theatre Company.
Mad about the Tudors? Wild about the Victorians? Well this August you can join us for some hands-on fun at our living history workshops.
In response to the unveiling of the Heart of Steel, Bishop Steven Croft has been reflecting on what the heart symbolises in our faith journeys.
Sheffield Cathedral prepares to host internationally acclaimed artworks this September.
This weekend we welcomed those who were newly ordained deacon and priest in the Diocese of Sheffield. It was a time of much rejoicing and thankfulness; of much prayer and expectation.
What I value about being a welcomer volunteer at the Cathedral is the experience of meeting the very varied group of people who visit each day.
In a nutshell, this is the motto of every disciple of Christ and community of Christians. When people are in contact with us, do they experience Christ?
Our retired volunteers add so much to the Cathedral community. Bringing a wealth of wisdom, experience and patience, we value each and every one. Read Alison's story.
Last week Pope Francis published a Papal Encyclical Letter - a letter typically written to address an audience of Bishops. However, this letter was addressed to all humanity.
To my astonishment, as I read the newspaper over my morning cup of coffee last week, I came across a full page spread in a national daily all about Sheffield Cathedral.
We are delighted to say that the Sheffield Cathedral Gateway Project has won a collection of RIBA awards in recognition of the new hexagonal entrance.
We are delighted that the coffee shop is now a part of Cathedral life and community, and look forward to seeing you there.
Our new coffee shop 1554 will open its doors for the first time tomorrow - Tuesday 16th June. You can find 1554 directly opposite the main doors to Sheffield Cathedral.
The Artisan Market, promoted by Devonshire Markets and held at Sheffield Cathedral, cannot take place this Saturday due to unforeseen circumstances at Devonshire Markets.