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Sheffield Cathedral

Address

The Lanter Tower, Sheffield CathedralThe Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul,
Church Street,
Sheffield, S1 1HA

Travel information

By car
If you are travelling to Sheffield by car, directions can be found on our website.

By train or coach
Sheffield is well served by trains and coaches. From the train station you can catch a tram to Malin Bridge that stops outside the Cathedral or catch a 40 bus.
To walk from the station to Sheffield Cathedral would normally take about 20 minutes.

The 40 buses are very frequent and run every few minutes. Follow the signs from the station to the Transport Interchange (just across the road) to catch the bus.

By bus
Lots of buses stop outside Sheffield Cathedral. For information about your journey call 01709 515151 or see Travel South Yorkshire’s website.

By tram
The tram stops at the Cathedral stop, outside the main entrance. Please see the Supertram website for details of routes, times, and fares.

Parking

There is no on-site parking available.

You could park at Meadowhall Shopping Centre and catch the tram into town. The tram is a 20-minute journey and stops outside the Cathedral. You buy a ticket from the conductor on the tram. Please see the Supertram website for details of routes, times, and fares.

Alternatively, park in the NCP car park (one at either end of Campo Lane.

Visitor Hours

If you want to join us for worship, are looking to arrange a school visit, or are interested in looking around the building, you are very welcome. Admission to Sheffield Cathedral is free; we offer guided tours and a full educational programme for schools for which there is a small charge. Schools and large groups must arrange their visit in advance.

We are open:

Term time:

Monday 8am 5.00pm
Tuesday Friday 8am 6.30pm
Saturday 10.00am 4.00pm
Sunday 7.45am 7.30pm

Holidays
Monday - Friday 8am 5.00pm
Saturday 10.00am 4.00pm
Sunday 7.45am 7.30pm

and at other times for events or by special arrangement.

Admission

We do not charge for entry to Sheffield Cathedral, but greatly welcome voluntary donations, to assist our mission and to help keep the Cathedral open for visitors.

Arranged visits

Guided Tours

There is plenty see in and around the Cathedral and a guided tour will help you get the most from your visit.

Guides are often available during the day, but if you are bringing a group or making a special journey you might like to pre-arrange a tour.

For all tours, groups, and schools visits, please contact Janet Ridler, the Cathedral’s Heritage Learning Officer, on 0114 263 6951

Groups

To book group tours and talks contact Janet Ridler on 0114 263 6951 or email janet.ridler@sheffield-cathedral.org.uk

School Visits

School visits must be arranged in advance,. We offer a full programme of visits for all Key Stages which cover the National Curriculum Requirmements in History and RE as well as cross curricular workshops. Contact our Learning Officer for further details or to request an Education brochure.

Worship

Times

These are our regular service times.

Occasional changes do take place, and full details of the current week can be found on the Cathedral website at www.sheffieldcathedral.org or for more information, please e-mail the Cathedral Office (enquiries@sheffield-cathedral.org.uk) or telephone 0114 275 3434.

Sunday
0800 Holy Communion (1662)
0945 Morning Prayer
1030 Sung Eucharist
1830 Evensong or Evening Prayer (in choir holidays)

Monday
0845 Morning Prayer
1230 Eucharist
1630 Evening Prayer

Tuesday
0845 Morning Prayer
1145 Prayers with the Cathedral Archer Project
1230 Eucharist
1745 Evensong or 1630 Evening Prayer (in choir holidays)

Wednesday
0845 Morning Prayer
1030 Holy Communion (BCP)
1230 Eucharist
1745 Evensong or 1630 Evening Prayer (in choir holidays)

Thursday
0845 Morning Prayer
1230 Eucharist
1745 Evensong or 1630 Evening Prayer (in choir holidays)

Friday
0845 Morning Prayer
1230 Eucharist
1745 Evensong or 1630 Evening Prayer (in choir holidays)

Saturday
1000 Morning Prayer
1030 Eucharist
1500 Evening Prayer

Link

Worship page

Events

Events page

Amenities

    We have a Cathedral shop onsite selling books, souvenirs and items of local interest.
    Guided tours
    Music Recitals
    Talks and Lectures
    Conferencing and hospitality

Facilities for disabled

    There is wheelchair access through the main entrance from Cathedral Square on the south side of the building, and most of the cathedral is accessible by wheelchair users. The Cathedral and Conference Centre have accessible toilets and baby change facilities.

Further information

Contact

Heritage Learning Officer

Telephone number

0114 263 6951

Email address

janet.ridler@sheffield-cathedral.org.uk

Facsimile number

not available

Website address

Sheffield Cathedral