Crossroads Mission commissioning service will take place at the Cathedral on Thursday 10th September at 1:30pm.
Tall Stories 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.
A few social media reviews from our happy 1554 customers.
Situated in the entrance to the Cathedral, the shop is the first port of call for many visitors. Run by a wonderful team of volunteers, take a look at Jean's story.
For the next four weeks I invite you to spend some time with a very familiar prayer, the Lord’s Prayer.
This September, Sheffield Cathedral will be one of five venues in the city to host some of Europe’s finest private collections of twentieth century and contemporary art.
I was asked recently how to talk about God with children and godchildren, and here are three reflections.
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?