In a few days time we shall begin, together with our other churches, the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
Recently, on social media, I came across these ‘Five Helps for the New Year’ written by Archbishop Michael Ramsey.
We have so much to be thankful this year, as this gallery of images demonstrates.
Recently I was given the challenge to prepare a Christmas sermon that would last less than three minutes.
Thanking God for the life-long witness of the American pilot, astronaut and politician Senator John Glenn.
This week we are praying for the Crown Nomination Committee as they meet to decide who will be the next Bishop of Sheffield.
On Sunday 20th November, the Church celebrated the Feast of Christ the King.
The Cathedral's theme for this Advent and Christmas is the confident hope we have in God.
On Tuesday 8th November the Cathedral held a remembrance service with school children from across Sheffield.
As we all gathered to watch fireworks explode, bonfires ignite and sparklers glow at the weekend, I wonder if we stopped to think of the significance of the occasion.
The Church is entering into a season when we celebrate All Saints’ Day and the Commemoration of the Faithful Departed (All Souls Day).
As we celebrated the gift and ministry of music around the Diocese we were minded to rejoice at the very rich tradition of choral music which sits at the heart of our own liturgical tradition.
A new service for young families will begin at the Cathedral this month.
The Danish have a particular way of surviving winter which they call “hugge.” Is there a version of theological hugge in the Scriptures?
During Choral Evensong on 2nd October, a cheque for £40,000 was presented to Sheffield Cathedral as an endowment grant for a choral scholarship.
This straightforward loyalty of Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins has really cheered me up, as it is so different from the selfishness and greed of much of our public life.
Our heritage is a powerful way of communicating the Christian gospel as it is the story of a faithful community of Christians living out the Gospel in their own age and context.
History came alive with the help of the many young families who participated and we were excited to introduce Rufus the Cathedral Mouse.
An open consultation will be held on Thursday 8 September at Sheffield Cathedral at 6:45pm.
Come into the Cathedral on a midweek day during August and follow this pilgrim trail.