A series of seven short talks to help us to understand the New Testament better.
The Sheffield Bach Society performs Creation by Haydn.
Through a study of the Chapel imagery we can learn much of Christian Sainthood, the sacrifice of soldiers in war for their country and the fortitude of the survivors and the civilian population.
Experience Sheffield Bach Choir in concert with leading UK brass quintet Fine Arts Brass.
Sheffield Bach Choir returns to the Cathedral for their traditional December performance of Handel's Messiah with the National Festival Orchestra
Dedicated service to the Crown, a captive Cardinal, a captive Queen, monumental sculptures, the growth of the Cutlery industry, even an unsolved mystery of a burial vault - find out the interwoven history of this powerful family dynasty and Sheffield.
Hear the City of Sheffield Youth Orchestra, conducted by Christopher Gayford, perform Mahler's Symphony No.6.
Discover the fascinating story of this trust, founded by Queen Mary Tudor in 1554, and still serving the city today.
This talk will focus in particular on the political life of John Lilburne (1615-1657), concentrating on how his religious conscience led him to propose radical secular reform.
An opportunity to visit the Chapter House, to see the unique stained glass windows by Christopher Webb, and to share in Sheffield’s story of 1000 years of faith and history.
View an exhibition of winning and selected Sheffield Photographic Society members' print images.
The Christian tradition is often thought to encourage a certain kind of centeredness on others as opposed to centeredness on oneself. But, does this kind of others-centeredness make sense?
Sheffield Cathedral has a new exhibition about the story of The Good Samaritan.