Join with others from across the Diocese of Sheffield and the County of South Yorkshire as we say farewell to Bishop Steven and Ann at a special service in Sheffield Cathedral on Sunday 17th July at 4pm.
We will gather together in the Cathedral for a service to give thanks for their ministry among us over the the last seven years. We will also pray for Bishop Steven and Ann as they prepare to respond to new challenges and opportunities in the Diocese of Oxford as well as pray for the Diocese of Sheffield as we prepare to explore how God may be calling us to develop our life and ministry together.
The service will be followed by refreshments in the Cathedral nave and there will be an opportunity to say farewell more informally.
Tickets are strictly limited in number and are available online.
We look forward to welcoming you to this important and joyful celebration. Clergy and Readers are very warmly invited to robe for the service in choir dress.
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