These words from the prophecy of Isaiah, foretell the coming of Jesus and the role that John was to play in preparing the way and calling people to a mindset of repentance and preparation.
Who doesn't love an Advent calendar and the thrill of opening a new door each day in December?
During advent the Church reflects on the distance between our reality and our hopes, and celebrates those who looked for light in dark times.
Christmas shopping? The Cathedral Gift Shop will be open until 6.30pm Thursday nights from 16th Nov to 21st Dec.
After many weeks we have finally arrived at the last Sunday after Trinity.
Last Sunday's reading from St Matthew's gospel invites us to pause, think again, and place everything into a much better perspective.
As we give thanks for our new Bishop and our new Bell, let us pray that we may also have the courage to share the good news of Jesus in our communities and across this diocese.
In the five days that run up to his installation service, Bishop Pete will be undertaking a walking prayer pilgrimage across the Diocese of Sheffield.
A report of the review of nomination to the See of Sheffield by the independent reviewer Sir Philip Mawer has been published today in a media statement from the Church of England.
A few months ago, an accountant in one of the offices overlooking the Cathedral, asked the Dean very politely, if we needed to ring our bells quite as often...
If you are between 8 and 14 and want to learn more about your Christian faith then our Confirmation group could be for you!
There are now a limited number of general seating tickets available for the Installation of Dr Pete Wilcox.
Freida had a surprise encounter when she visited our new Cathedral exhibition 'Holy Oils: Portraits and Personalities of the Bishops of Sheffield'.
Sheffield Cathedral is preparing for an event that has only been witnessed 7 times in it’s long and interesting history.
Curious about Jesus? Wondering what on earth the Church is for? Explore the Christian faith in September at Sheffield Cathedral.
Cathedral volunteer, James Bailey, will be competing in the Special Olympics GB National Games being held in Sheffield this week.
Even readers who know the Holy Scriptures very well, will often just skim over Leviticus; newcomers are likely to have a very short relationship with the Bible if they start with this book.
During the school summer holidays Rufus the Cathedral Mouse will be inviting children and their families to join him on a Discovery Trail around Sheffield Cathedral.
Wimbledon fortnight is, at least for sport fans, a time of intense emotion and unexpected outcomes.