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Churches open for prayer for Her Late Majesty The Queen

Some of the churches include:

Abbeydale, St Johns: Open 9.30am – 4.30pm

All Saints Church, Woodlands: Open from 9am-6pm

Chapel at St Luke’s Lodge Moor: Open from 10am with book of condolence available

Christ Church Endcliffe: Open from 12pm-1pm for quiet prayer and thanksgiving, plus a book of condolence 

Christ Church Hillsborough and Wadsley Bridge: Open from 11am-1pm

Doncaster Minster: Open from 7.30am for prayer and reflection, and the signing of a condolence book

Holy Trinity and St Oswald’s Church, Finningley: Open until 5pm for quiet reflection and prayer

Holy Trinity Thurgoland Church: Open from 11am-1pm for reflection and prayers

Millhouses Holy Trinity: Open 9.30am – 4.30pm

Rotherham Minster: Opening hours extended (9am-4pm) for people to sign a book of condolence

Sheffield Cathedral: Open every day from 8.30am-6pm to pray, light a candle and sign a book of condolence

Snaith Priory: Open from 9am-4.30pm for quiet reflection and the signing of a condolence book. 6pm evening prayer service

St John’s Goole: Open until 4pm to light a candle, pray and sign a book of condolence 

St John’s Owlerton: Open from 9am-12pm with a book of condolence and quiet space for reflection

St John’s Park Church, Sheffield: Open from 11am-1pm for book of condolence 

St John’s Church Ranmoor – Open all day 

St Mark Mosborough: Open from 10am-6pm with a book of condolence

St Matthew’s Carver Street: Open from 10am-5pm for the signing of a book of condolence. A Masses of Requiem service will be held on Sunday 11th September at 11am

St Nicholas Church, Thorne: Open for prayers, and a reflective service is taking place at 7pm

An online Church of England book of condolence can be found here.

You can also find details of what is happening in your area on A Church Near You.