Welcome! Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here all your life, we hope our website helps you to find out everything you want to know about our Church.
Our Church meets every Sunday at 9:00am and 10:30am for our Sunday Services.
We meet in the church at:
Church Street, Stannington, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S6 6DB
You can see a map on our contact us page.
There is a small car park and some on street parking available.
Our church is open to all regardless of your previous experience or faith. You will receive a warm welcome and someone will be there to answer any questions and advise you where to sit. Children are always welcome to our services and a crèche is available if you require it.
The church is also open every day for private prayer from 9am to 4pm.
There are a variety of services at 10:30am.
1st Sunday: Explore; a simple service, with a short talk to explore faith. Inclusive for all ages, with craft activities available.
2nd Sunday: Holy Communion; with separate activities during the talk run for the children by a team of experienced leaders. The children join the adults for communion.
3rd Sunday: Connect; a relaxed service to grow in faith through conversation; with coffee and pastries served from 10am, and the service beginning at 10:30am
4th Sunday: Holy Communion with time for prayer and healing; children are welcome to join in separate activities in the church hall.
5th Sunday: Holy Communion; with separate activities during the talk run for the children by a team of experienced leaders. The children join the adults for communion.
We would love to know how your first visit goes and would value your feedback. Please let us know if there is anything that you found particularly useful or anything you struggled with. If you have gone away with any unanswered questions, then let us hear them as well. Please contact us.
We have a number of house groups who meet in people’s homes during the week to grow in faith and community together with God.
For further information about our core beliefs, visit the Church of England website, or the Sheffield Diocese website for a more local focus.