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Cathedral Toddler Group
Every Thursday during term time - 10:00am-11:30am - £1 per family
The toddler group is for parents, grandparents or carers with children aged from birth to school age.
We have lots of toys for the children to play with and a weekly art and craft activity. Refreshments are served throughout the session. We end the session with a singing time, including nursery rhymes and action songs.
The toddler group is run by a team of volunteers and meets every Thursday morning during school term time in the Nave of Sheffield Cathedral. Access is through the main entrance of the Cathedral. For more information please call 0114 275 3434. You can also find the group on Facebook.
Events for Seniors
The Senior’s Action Team (SAT) is a dedicated group of older people who plan and organises events for seniors seeking friendship. Over the years they have planned a wide range of activities, showing films, a trip to Rome and Holy Island, Lent courses, afternoon tea and more recently, celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday with a banquet in the nave of the Cathedral. All seniors are welcome to our events, there is no requirement to be a church member. Just come, enjoy and make new friends.
Song and Silence
An opportunity to sing in gentle harmony and sit in silence.
2018: Wednesday lunchtimes on 12th September; 10th October and 14th November. Starts at 1pm.
Open for all ages and free to attend.
Film Teas are a regular feature generally held on a Monday each month except July and August. There will be two showings starting at 10.30am and 13.30pm in the Conrad Hilton Room. Refreshments can be purchased from the Cathedral Coffee Shop from 10am. The afternoon film is followed by tea and home-made cake.
The Mothers' Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide.
In 81 countries, members share one vision: to bring about a world where God's love is shown through loving, respectful and flourishing relationships. This goal is actively pursued through prayer, programmes, policy work and community relationships. By supporting marriage and family life, especially through times of adversity, the Mother’s Union tackle the most urgent needs challenging relationships and communities.
Union members are not all mothers, or even all women. The community welcomes singles, married couples, parents, grandparents, or young adults just beginning to express their social conscience. For all 4 million members, what the Mothers' Union provides is a network through which they can serve Christ in their own community - through prayer, financial support and actively working at the grass-roots level in programmes that meet local needs.
For more information on the Mothers' Union in the Sheffield area, please visit www.sheffieldmu.co.uk