Sheffield Cathedral was awarded just over £545,000 to carry out building repairs as part of a £40m WW1 government scheme.
Renowned architectural painter David Hepher recently gifted this significant painting to Sheffield Cathedral.
Riding Lights' youth theatre company returns to Sheffield Cathedral for a weeklong residency in July!
On Thursday 14 June at 1.30pm the Funeral of Brendan Ingle will be held at Sheffield Cathedral.
We are so grateful for all our wonderful volunteers - would you like to join them?
Our very own cafe took home another award earlier this week - we're bursting with pride!
The Cathedral had the pleasure of hosting Christian Aid's International Director Paul Valentin last Sunday.
Join the Cathedral Choir at Holy Trinity Church in Millhouses on Pentecost Sunday.
Join the global wave of prayer happening between 10th - 20th of May.
Our collaborative project with The University of Sheffield will take place in Spring 2018.
You can now watch our Sung Eucharist from Easter Day on BBC iPlayer.
Our Easter Day Eucharist will be broadcast across the UK - find out how to book tickets.
Come along to the Civilisations Festival exhibition at the Cathedral and see the Derwent chalice, one of three works by this London goldsmith still in existence.
The BBC Civilisations Festival marks the updated return of the classic 1969 television series 'Civilisation' to our screens.
My Lenten discipline this year is to give up not paying enough attention to the world around me.
Go on a journey in the New Year and discover the Acts of the Apostles this Winter.
I ask myself this Christmas, as I hear the Gospel proclaimed, do I have the courage of the Magi? Do I have the courage to be guided by Christ, and go home another way?
During advent the Church reflects on the distance between our reality and our hopes, and celebrates those who looked for light in dark times.
These words from the prophecy of Isaiah, foretell the coming of Jesus and the role that John was to play in preparing the way and calling people to a mindset of repentance and preparation.
Who doesn't love an Advent calendar and the thrill of opening a new door each day in December?