The Very Reverend Peter Bradley DL
Dean of Sheffield
Peter is the senior priest of the Diocese of Sheffield, working closely with the Bishops within the Diocese to support them in their ministries. As a consequence, Peter spends much of his time developing new relationships with business and community leaders, in pastoral care and evangelism. Peter is also senior priest at the Cathedral, where he leads the team of clergy and lay people who share in its mission ‘to know, love and serve our Lord Jesus Christ, and so become true witnesses to God’s kingdom, and a place for all people.’
The Reverend Canon Christopher Burke
Chris is responsible for the planning and direction of Cathedral worship and special services, working with the musicians, vergers, lay people and other clergy. He also works with the congregation to develop congregational life, deepen pastoral relationships and support a pattern of prayer. Chris also oversees the Cathedral's programme of visits and pilgrimages.
The Reverend Canon Keith Farrow
Keith has been Canon Missioner since March 2014 and is responsible for the development of mission within the Cathedral and our wider community. Keith has many years experience of mission and evangelism. The reordering of the Cathedral through the Gateway Project has given the Cathedral community a unique opportunity for mission. Our vision is to be a place of worship and evangelism, of learning and of hospitality, and of justice for the poor.
The Reverend Captain Mike Reeder CA
Mike is the Senior Chaplain and spiritual care co-ordinator at St Luke's Hospice in Sheffield. He also acts as Liturgical Chaplain to the Bishop of Doncaster. Recently ordained priest, Mike is a Minor Canon at the Cathedral, and acts as Chaplain to the Cathedral staff and Chaplain to the College of Canons. Both of these roles involve being a resource to people who live and work within the Cathedral community.
The Reverend Captain Ian Maher
Ian is a Minor Canon of the Cathedral and a Church Army evangelist. Ian shares in supporting congregational development and learning at the Cathedral.
Captain Michael Collyer CA
Mike was commissioned as Hon Cathedral Evangelist on Christ the King Sunday 2014 in recognition of his fruitful ministry within the Cathedral. He has worked as a volunteer Chaplain to visitors since Easter 2011. On a day to day basis Mike ‘rubs shoulders’ with the many visitors to the cathedral. It is an opportunity to share the good news of the Christian Gospel as need arises. He also co-ordinates the voluntary Chaplaincy Team, has a supporting role to the many volunteer guides and welcomers, and facilitates the Seniors Action Team.