Welcome to the website of St. Columba’s, the Anglican Parish Church of Crosspool.  We are a diverse community of people who are united in our desire to draw closer to God through prayer and worship, and to live out Christ’s way of reconciling love in our everyday lives.  We are very much a local church:  just round the corner from the Crosspool shops, and here to welcome all who come through our doors, whether for a church service, for playgroup, a keep fit class or one of the many other activities that take place in our building. We hope you will enjoy exploring our site and that it will help you find out a bit more about us.

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24th September 2017

Church of St. Columba, 503, Manchester Rd, Crosspool, Sheffield s10 5PL


  • Lay ministry across the Diocese of Sheffield celebrated at Doncaster Minster including our new Children’s Worker Tara Osborne!

    21st September, 2017

    24 adults were admitted or authorised to work as ‘Lay Ministers’ across the Diocese of Sheffield by the Bishop of Doncaster, Peter Burrows on Saturday 16 September in a special service held at Doncaster Minster.

    Lay Ministers offer their time and skills to enable the Church to worship and serve throughout the regions of South Yorkshire and the East Riding.  The service marks an important step on the journey of vocation for the church that will continue with further learning.

    During the service, 23 people were awarded a certificate for completion of the Foundations for Ministry and Mission course.  This is a year-long course that helps people explore their call to ministry in the church.  The Bishop also admitted 14 people to begin their ministry as Readers, authorised 1 Pastoral Worker, 2 Youth Ministers, 7 Children’s Ministers, and 1 Parish Evangelist.

    The Celebration of Lay Ministries Service, which takes place once a year, sees friends, family, clergy and parishes proudly supporting their candidates.

    Canon Dr Christine Gore, Director of Formation and Ministry at the Diocese of Sheffield, commented:

    “This service of celebration is a very significant occasion for those being awarded certificates and being licensed, and it marks an important part in their journey in serving Christ and their local communities.  This is also a moment for them, their families and parishes to feel especially proud of their achievement, as all have completed an stretching course of training to get to this point. For some this will have been the first time they have studied at this level and I’m delighted that we have been able to celebrate their success today in Doncaster Minister.”

  • Church Weekend Away September 2017

    14th September, 2017


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