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We are a Christian fellowship and a registered charity. Our hall is a place of worship for our members and the public are welcome to attend, particularly on Sunday evening at 6:00 pm when our Gospel service takes place (2:00 pm on the first Sunday of the month).
Christian Community Church, Loundside, Chapeltown, Sheffield.We are based in the heart of Chapeltown, just next door to the Yorkshire Bank. We are a church, a group of people of all ages and from all different walks of life. Although we may all be different, we…
We are an all age, multi cultural lively church within the heart of the community. A warm welcome awaits you.
Rev Sallie Wilson
Meadowhead Christian Fellowship is a church working in the communities of Batemoor and Jordanthorpe in Sheffield 8 alongside other churches. The church works with children and young people, people with learning disabilities and older people and runs various community activities.
We are the Parish Church for Handsworth (CofE) providing worship of God, the celebration of baptisms, weddings and funerals, providing pastoral care, various childrens/youth groups, healing ministry, bereavement visiting. Community groups such as the following have reopened in our community hub - lunch club, social cafe, dementia cafe. Details on our Facebook Page
Sheffield Chinese School is a community language school offering Chinese languages (Mandarin and Cantonese) for Chinese people and the general public. Runs extra-curricular activities with a Chinese cultural theme including chess, folk dancing, lion dance, , singing class and calligraphy. A registered charity. Holds Chinese…
The Sheffield Spiritual Crisis Network (SCN) Group is a peer-support group for anyone affected by spiritual crisis. Spiritual crisis is also referred to as: spiritual emergence, spiritual emergency, kundalini, spiritual awakening, and spiritual psychosis.
Sheffield ZenSpace, formerly Sheffield Zen Society, is for all people interested in Zen Meditation, regardless of their religion, sect, or secular preference. The Basis of the group is modern Rinzai, but at these lay-meetings practices are mainly secular. The facilitator was originally a Soto monk, but is now practicing Rinzai.
Our Church is an Anglican-Methodist partnership and we hope that the openness of the building reflects the open approach of our congregation. We are an Eco-Church and belong to the Inclusive Church Network. Shirley House, part of our premises, houses our Interfaith Centre and is also used for weekly Quaker Worship.