Pray for Unity, Healing and Reconciliation

Pray for Unity, Healing and Reconciliation

Bishop Peter Burrows has called for a week of prayer for "Unity, Healing & Reconciliation" within the diocese in the week leading up to the Chrism Eucharist on 10 April.

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Breathe Deep Day is back for 2017

Breathe Deep Day is back for 2017

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Faith Stories: Overcoming the doubts

"When I was a teenager, I was full of doubts about God and resented being taken to church each Sunday with my parents. On the one hand, they were proud of my achievements, but somehow, I was not quite good enough. We never talked about feelings or shared hugs and kisses, they were reserved for babies.

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Presidential address to Synod - 18 March 2017

As we are all now aware, following a period of prayer and reflection Bishop Philip decided last week that, for the sake of God’s mission in the Diocese, he should withdraw from the appointment as the next Bishop of Sheffield. In the life of the diocese the past few weeks have been difficult and painful.  The appointment of Bishop Philip raised questions and concerns in the minds of many, both within the Diocese and the wider Church of England.  Others welcomed the announcement.  Both...

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The Blessings of Ignorance

Bill Goodman has just started work as Assistant Principal of St Peter's College and Director of Ongoing Ministerial Development.  Here are a few reflections from his first week in post. There’s a lot to learn when you’re new in town.  Does anyone else recognise that feeling?  It starts with locating the supermarket, DIY centre, post office, doctor, recycling…. working out why we got a fine for being in a bus lane, and how to combine tram with train to get to the office.  New patterns of...

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Lively and diverse Christian communities

The Diocese of Sheffield is made up of Church of England organisations located throughout South Yorkshire and the southern parts of the East Riding of Yorkshire. It comprises parishes, schools, chaplaincies, missional communities and other organisations all united by their common Christian faith.

It is an Anglican diocese that is made up of a diverse community of mission-focused people who are seeking to transform their lives, and the lives of others, by sharing the Christian faith.  Since the creation of the diocese in 1914, the shape of the villages, towns and cities may have changed but the people are still vibrant, energetic and passionate about serving our Lord Jesus Christ.

As a diocese we have been called to grow a sustainable network of Christ-like, lively and diverse Christian communities in every place which are effective in making disciples and in seeking to transform our society and God’s world.  Every day around the diocese, dedicated, creative and passionate people are working together in the mission of God.

On this website you can find resources and information relevant to all aspects of Christian life, churches and parishes, schools and wider ministry. If you can't find what you are looking for, contact Church House, our administration centre, on 01709 309100.