Films are shown in the Conrad Hilton room starting at 2pm and finish with tea and cake.
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.
These sessions will start at 2pm in the Conrad Hilton room and conclude with tea and cake at 3pm.
In partnership with the University of Sheffield - a series of talks from October 2016 to July 2017.
This course is for those who wish to explore the Christian faith and for those who wish to revisit or review their Christian journey.
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.
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.
A walk and talk around some of the Cathedral’s beautiful stained glass windows.
Learn about the challenges of treating these soldiers in the city’s hospitals and how this experience benefitted the civilian population of the city after the war.
Join us from Palm Sunday on 20th March through to Easter Sunday on 27th March.
Find out what really happened to Mary in her captivity years in this journey around the places she was held captive.
BBC Radio 4’s flagship topical discussion programme - Any Questions? - will be broadcast live from Sheffield Cathedral on Friday 18 March.
This year The Dean of Sheffield Cathedral will be leading the Seniors’ Action Team Lent Course entitled The Art of the Bible.
British pianist Stephen Raine is an artist who is inspired to bring music to an all-encompassing audience.