The Cathedral Archer Project have produced a series of paintings to reflect the experience of Christ in Holy Week.
From 16 April until 4 June Sheffield Cathedral is hosting five prayer installations inspired by the Easter to Pentecost story.
View an exhibition of winning and selected Sheffield Photographic Society members' print images.
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.
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.
Volunteering at Sheffield Cathedral affords you with many opportunities and skills, and is an experience you can gain from nowhere else.
Join with the city centre churches for our Pentecost Street Party and Beacon Event.
What is the role of religion in Higher Education? Does it have any role at all?
Canon Keith Farrow will take you on a journey around the Cathedral and share with you some of the little-known stories which are humorous, tragic and intriguing.
Hope is traditionally identified as one of the key ‘theological virtues’, alongside faith and love or charity, which are distinguished from the ‘cardinal virtues’. But hope can also appear problematic.
Discover the fascinating story of this trust, founded by Queen Mary Tudor in 1554, and still serving the city today.
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.
The Cathedral Archer Project will be holding a "sleep out" next to the Cathedral on 15th September.
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.
The City of Sheffield Youth Orchestra presents Dvorak Carnival Overture, Elgar Sea Pictures and Brahms Symphony No. 2.
The Cathedral Archer Project will be holding a "sleep out" next to the Cathedral on 24th March.
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.
Featuring the Sheffield Music Hub Senior Schools' Orchestra and Hallmark of Harmony.
Come and visit our epiphany chapel between 9th January and 26th February with images and reflections by Ian Adams.
The ensemble celebrates Christmas with a host of wonderful Viennese music, including works by the "King of Waltzes", Johann Strauss II, including his masterpiece, the Blue Danube Waltz.
This course is for those who wish to explore the Christian faith and for those who wish to revisit or review their Christian journey.
These sessions will start at 2pm in the Conrad Hilton room and conclude with tea and cake at 3pm.
A series of talks to explore how have religion and law co-existed in the past, and what shape will this relationship take in the future.
Films are shown in the Conrad Hilton room starting at 2pm and finish with tea and cake.
Sheffield Cathedral hosts a Festival of the Mind talk with Sebastian Conran.
If scientific data was presented as art, what would it look like? Quite possibly something like this.