Revd Canon Chris Burke reflects on the words of Jesus: "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God."
Revd Canon Chris Burke encourages us to give thanks for God's rich provision in his Harvest Sunday sermon.
Canon Missioner Keith Farrow contemplates what it means for the Cathedral to truly be a place for all people.
The Very Revd Peter Bradley, the Dean of the Cathedral, reflects on what it looks like to share the story of the Gospel in our society.
What difference would it make if 1/3 of the world woke up tomorrow and followed Jesus in the way of love?
Malcolm Chamberlain, the Archdeacon of Sheffield and Rotherham, wonders whether we’ve missed the point if we feel too comfortable in our faith and explores the question in this week’s podcast.
On this Sunday of welcome, fellowship and promises, Canon Keith Farrow hands away the key to life - or a symbol of it, at any rate!
Peter Bradley, Dean of Sheffield Cathedral reminisces back to the 'Hat Wars' in Ireland in the 70s in this week's podcast.
Peter encourages us to celebrate what is life-giving no matter where it is found and reminds us that we are all loved in the midst of all our mess and hypocrisy.
Water pistols, pacifism, love and poetry...
Revd Dr Beth Keith reflects on the ways the message of Christ challenges culture and challenges us to act differently.
What are the foundations of our communities?
Revd Canon Chris Burke explores Paul's invitation to the church in Ephesus to join in authentic community with each other and God.
Revd Canon Keith Farrow contemplates Jesus' well-known words; I am the bread of life.
The Dean of Sheffield Cathedral celebrates the joy of baptism and encourages us to look for God right now, for he is already giving us all that we need.
Bishop Pete reflects on the importance of love and community in our lives and faith.
And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.
- Ephesians 3
‘Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.’ Mark 6:31
Revd Captain Ian Maher explores balance, rest and work in the light of the life and example of Jesus.
Theatre company Roughshod end their week-long residency at the Cathedral with a dramatic Sunday sermon.
Do you take the Gospel with you as your journey through your daily life?
Revd Canon Christopher Burke explores the invitation in the Bible to seek and see transformation by going out in the world with the message of the Gospel.
We had the pleasure of hosting three Ordination Services over the weekend - do have a listen to the sermons from the services.
The sermons from the first two services are by Reverend Canon Jessica Martin. The sermon from the last service was by the Bishop of Maidstone the Rt Revd Rod Thomas.
This week, the Very Revd Peter Bradley, Dean of Sheffield Cathedral reflects on the new painting by David Hepher and what it might tell us about our calling as Christians.
The Dean invites us to be a community of love, warmth and hope which extends a warm welcome to all and shares its faith through words and acts of service.
In this week’s podcast, the Dean explores Mark, the Gospel of the suffering Christ. The Dean invites us all to immerse ourselves in the Gospel of Mark and reflect on the message that we are profoundly loved and therefore of extraordinary value, no matter our circumstances.
Canon Keith Farrow encourages us to look around and be as open and accepting of those around us as Christ is of us all.
"Here is your family. At the Lord's table, we are family."
The Festival of Pentecost is our great festival. It marks liberation and change. When we celebrate Pentecost we remember the presence of the Spirit in our lives.
In this podcast, Bishop of Doncaster Peter Burrows reflects on the significance and gift of Pentecost Sunday.