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The churches in the city centre work together to create unity and do mission together
There are 5 ways this happens
- Holy Week – Collect prayers over Holy week including 2 outdoor services
- Pentecost – Outside worship service
- Safari Supper – 5-course meal in 5 churches for the congregations over an evening
- Christmas – Outreach on Fargat in a Christmas Cabin
- Soup kitchen – the city centre churches run the Friday night soup kitchen for the homeless
Kinder Kalsi from Church army coordinates the monthly gathering of all the ministers in the city centre to plan pray, eat together and build good relationships. He holds a weekly prayer time on Tueasdays from 1pm – 2pm at Victoria hall Methodist church. if you work, worship or are connected to the city centre you are welcome to come. we pray in the building, do prayer walks, invite speakers and eat together.
Church Army, St Marries, Victoria Hall Methodist, Central URC, Cathedral, Elim Pentecostal, St Philips, Antioch, ST Matthews, Salvation Army
Kinder Kalsi leads the Sheffield Centre of Mission, drawing together our projects and outreach across the city. His role is to be an advocate for the implementation of our DARE strategy throughout the Sheffield Centre of Mission; doing evangelism, advocating evangelism, resourcing evangelism and enabling evangelism. He also facilitates the relationships with the city centre churches. Church Army are evangelists who share their faith through words and action, Bringing hope, helping people, live life to the full and transforming lives and communities with the Good News of the gospel.
The Anglican Cathedral has a welcoming and friendly congregation, and a variety of styles of worship. Our focus is on mission, social justice, education, and ministry through music and the arts
St Marie’s Cathedral: www.stmariecathedral.org
It is open throughout the day and visited by large numbers of people. The parish community is a vibrant one and it offers a warm welcome to visitors and newcomers. People from many different cultural and national backgrounds have found a spiritual home here, join us in our liturgical worship and visit this beautiful church.
Central United Reformed Church www.centralurc.org.uk
The Church was founded 300 years ago on this site, then a garden suburb of the township of Sheffield.
Time has moved on but the church remains committed to serve the city, keeping worship at its heart, to grow in faith and to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Many organisations and charities use the premises week by week. Coffee mornings provide a meeting place through the week (except Mondays) so why not pop in and see us.
You are welcome to join us at worship on Sundays at 10.45am (including Junior church) and Tuesday lunchtime at 12.15.
Victoria Hall Methodist http://www.victoriahallmethodistchurch.org/
Victoria Hall Methodist Church is the ‘church at the heart of the city, with the city at its heart’. We are a warm, welcoming congregation offering traditional Methodist Worship at 10:45 every Sunday. We serve coffee until 12 noon on most days. You are assured of a warm welcome and a place of sanctuary at the heart of the city.
St Philip’s Church www.stphilipssheffield.org
St Philip’s Sheffield (formerly known as city:base) is a church community and missions base in the heart of Sheffield. Our life as St. Philip’s orientates around rhythms of coming together as a whole church and going out as missional communities. Members of St. Philip’s are located in a variety of areas throughout the city including Pitsmoor, Hillsbrough, Parson Cross and Upperthorpe. Whilst the activities of St Philip’s are for everyone, there is a specific focus on students and young adults and the urban north of the city.
St Philip’s is a partnership between the Anglican and Baptist Churches. We aspire to be an authentic, brave and creative community. We gather in some form on Sundays at The Printhouse in the city centre. We use this space to support start-up businesses and host a variety of events. Our prayer space is a sanctuary in and for the city.
St Mathew’s, Carver St www.stmatthewscarverstreet.co.uk
We exist to worship God and to be a Christian witness in our city and to serve all those who live, work and shop here.
St Matthew’s is the Anglican parish church for the western half of the City Centre, and incorporates West Street, home to Sheffield’s thriving nightlife with its bars, clubs and restaurants; the Devonshire Quarter, with its independent and alternative shops; the Moor, the Moor Market, the Wilson Carlile Centre, home of the Church Army, and Springfield Primary School.
Sheffield Central Elim Pentecostal Church – http://elimchurchsheffield.com/
“Central” is one of three Elim Churches in Sheffield. As the name indicates we are the City Centre Church. We are an ‘all-ages’, Multi-Racial Fellowship and a warm welcome awaits you at “Central”. We desire to be “A church for all nations”.
Salvation Army – Charter Row – Light house https://www.salvationarmy.org.uk/charter-row-lifehouse
We will offer homeless people a space to transform, open the door to you to have the ability grow and achieve your goals.
- 55 bedrooms, 15 of which provide en-suite accommodation for those with mobility needs etc.
- Communal spaces on each floor with TV facities and sel-catering facilities.
- Ground floor communal lounge with pool table, ICT suite, laundry facilities and a canteen where breakfast and an evening meal is served.
- Days out including walks or bike rides in the Peak District.
Paul Huggings is the Chaplain.
Antioch Community Church – 80 Headford Street, Sheffield, S3 7WB – http://antiochsheffield.org.uk/