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?
Our retired volunteers add so much to the Cathedral community. Bringing a wealth of wisdom, experience and patience, we value each and every one. Read Alison's story.
Last week Pope Francis published a Papal Encyclical Letter - a letter typically written to address an audience of Bishops. However, this letter was addressed to all humanity.
To my astonishment, as I read the newspaper over my morning cup of coffee last week, I came across a full page spread in a national daily all about Sheffield Cathedral.
We are delighted to say that the Sheffield Cathedral Gateway Project has won a collection of RIBA awards in recognition of the new hexagonal entrance.
We are delighted that the coffee shop is now a part of Cathedral life and community, and look forward to seeing you there.
Our new coffee shop 1554 will open its doors for the first time tomorrow - Tuesday 16th June. You can find 1554 directly opposite the main doors to Sheffield Cathedral.
The Artisan Market, promoted by Devonshire Markets and held at Sheffield Cathedral, cannot take place this Saturday due to unforeseen circumstances at Devonshire Markets.
From 16 September to 12 December Sheffield Cathedral will be part of Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield.
Every volunteer shift is different and always interesting. As Cathedral events are multi-faceted and varied, so are the people that visitor the Cathedral.
From menu board excitement to planning customer rewards, here is a little look at the loyalty card for 1554.
Removing ourselves from the daily routine and finding space in different surroundings can be a nourishing experience.
This week is National Volunteers' Week and so we thought we would take the opportunity to share some of our volunteer's stories.
As 1554 construction continues at pace the team have been thinking about menus. Take a look at our menu boards, designed for us by one Sheffield student.
In reflecting on the Holy Trinity it is difficult to get very far without seeing the Trinity as a powerful model of loving community.
The smell of freshly brewed coffee is not too far away as we look forward to opening the 1554 doors in the coming weeks.
An exclusive preview of the fantastic coffee counter for 1554 designed for us by Sheffield company SRL Countertech.
We are excited to announce that the Roughshod Theatre Company will be making Sheffield Cathedral its home from 12th to 19th July.
This September, Dr John Sentamu, The Archbishop of York, will be bringing a team of 21 bishops to the Sheffield Diocese to engage in four days of mission.