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.
This Lent we will be sharing "thought for the day" quotes on Twitter. Follow us @sheffcath to pick them up in your news feed.
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+.
Wear A Woolly day is a simple and effective way to get involved and make a real difference to the lives of those who sleep on the streets of our city
The end of the festive season will be marked by a performance of Olivier Messiaen’s La Nativité du Seigneur (‘The Nativity of the Lord’) on Sunday 1st February 2015.
The following events have been cancelled due to the snow. Where possible they will be rescheduled.
On 20 January, it was announced that Her Majesty the Queen will be visiting the Cathedral to celebrate the Royal Maundy on Maundy Thursday 2 April.
The season of Epiphany reminds us that we are part of a complex world and we are called to play our part in making the love of Christ known.
One of my favourite Christmas films is ‘The Grinch who stole Christmas’, written by Dr Seuss. It is a classic story of a character that hates Christmas so much that he attempts to steal it!
You are warmly invited to join us on Saturday 20th December to sing along with the nativity story dressed as your favourite crib character.
We have been delighted by the number of people visiting the Cathedral shop this year looking for Christmas gifts.