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.
From next Sunday you can join a series of seven short talks to help us to understand the New Testament better.
It was a great joy this week to join with many folk from across our Diocese, as well as from the community here at the Cathedral, to celebrate the consecration of Pete Wilcox as a bishop.
There are times when it seems we are faced with genuine difficulty and the only response we can offer is to pray.
One great early teacher of the Christian faith, Gregory from Nazianzus in Turkey, said that there are only two ways to God, "journeying outwards, and journeying inwards."
Sheffield Cathedral's 1554 Coffee Shop has been named the Readers' Choice in the Westside Restaurant of the Year Awards 2017.
On 4th June Sheffield Cathedral is hosting one of the national Beacon Events for the Archbishops’ Thy Kingdom Come’ global wave of prayer.
On Sunday Dr Rowan Williams presented two Christian Aid Diamond Awards to Janet Else and Hedley Siddall.
For many years the Cathedral community have supported the work of Christian Aid.
The last few days have seen elections taking place, perhaps in the end with relatively few surprises.
The Cathedral's Archer Project will be teaming up with PinC to enable student volunteers to run philosophy sessions to help homeless people in the city.
On 27th April the church remembered the Victorian poet Christina Rossetti.
Easter is a time of hope and joy, a time when we recall all that Jesus did for us and the new life we share.
Today Downing Street has announced that the next Bishop of Sheffield will be the Very Revd Dr Pete Wilcox.
Next Sunday we will be processing from the Cathedral after the morning service, up Fargate, to join with the other city centre churches for a short service at the cross beside the Town Hall.
Today, up and down the country, families will have been celebrating Mothering Sunday.
Bishop Peter Burrows has called for a week of prayer for unity, healing and reconciliation within the Diocese of Sheffield.