We are just round the corner from the Crosspool shops, and here to welcome all who come through our doors, whether for a church service, for Lunch Club, a keep fit class or one of the many other activities that take place in our building.
As a community we endeavour to:
- be an inclusive church which celebrates human diversity and welcomes all.
- create a space where people can grow in their faith, can question and discover the sacred in life through openness, struggle, laughter, prayer and worship.
- support one another through mutual care and hospitality.
- be alert to the needs of our local community and the wider world, having a commitment to be in solidarity with those who are marginalised and isolated.
- celebrate life in all its fullness and cherish creation.
We don’t manage it all the time, so when we stumble and fall, we pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and try again.
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Church of St. Columba, 503, Manchester Rd, Crosspool, Sheffield s10 5PL
21st August, 2018
SacREd Space in September has been changed from the 9th September to the 23rd September, as Iain and Adrian are away. Then it will resume on the second Sunday of every month.
28th June, 2018
On Monday 25th June we hosted Spectrum Theatre Company’s play ‘In someone else’s shoes.’ It was a great evening with our church hall full to capacity. The play managed to communicate, inform and educate the audience about many of the anxieties and issues faced by those on the autistic spectrum and their families, whilst being humorous and entertaining at the same time. It was particularly inspiring and moving hearing from members of the cast telling their stories, how they had come to an acceptance and appreciation of who they are, and how they have dealt with and continue to deal with on a daily basis the struggles that autism presents.
If you want to find out more about Spectrum Theatre visit www.spectrumtheatresheffield.com. They are doing a play over Christmas called ‘Sterling Silver,’ set in Sheffield 1922 in the world of the cutlery trade, at the library theatre in town.