Let us pray that out of such pain and tragedy we may be renewed in our capacity and desire to serve our community.
A 'Kings and Queens' banquet will be held for 90 people over 70 years of age to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen's 90th birthday.
A look inside Sheffield Cathedral with chorister Seth Hillier - age 9.
Please pray for the team that deliver Godly Play and think about coming to the taster session on Sunday 12th June after the 10:30am Eucharist.
Sheffield Cathedral, along with many other cathedrals up and down the country, will be hosting a debate this coming Wednesday 1st June.
Preaching is a serious and important business and that is why humour should be used
This Pentecost we are invited once again to think about how we might respond to the opportunities placed before us and to respond with hope and generosity.
Sheffield Cathedral is delighted to receive an award of £40,000 for choral scholarships.
During this week of prayer we have another opportunity to gather together to pray, wait and acknowledge the Holy Spirit at work in the world today.
An invitation to join with Christians throughout the county in prayer.
After 7 years in Sheffield, Bishop Steven will be moving to the Diocese of Oxford.
In a well lived life, there will be many re-paintings as we see ourselves more and more clearly in the light of God’s loving grace.
We should approach Holy Week with a gentle openness to what God wants to share with us during this time.
Even at the heart of our judicial system, as in many of our institutions, there is a place for understanding grace, love and redemption.
For our prayers during Lent, here is part of a poem about Lent by the priest-poet George Herbert.
In the coming weeks we have an opportunity to use this time to strengthen our relationship with God through prayer, fasting and reading the scriptures.
Beginning on Wednesday 24th February, The Dean leads us through a series on The Art of the Bible.
Yesterday we celebrated the great feast of Candlemas and drew to a close our season celebrating the incarnation of Christ.
Small changes can make a big difference to support some of the most vulnerable people in our community.
Here’s a simple way of praying with a passage from the Gospels. There are five steps.