Local Ecumenical Projects
These churches belong to two or more denominations, and are accountable to each. They will operate in different ways - some offering worship in each of the traditions represented, and others developing a tradition which is unique to the particular project and which seeks to be true to all.
Some will hold together significantly different theologies, but with similar worship styles; others will represent more different worship but a shared theology. Ministry may be offered by any (or all) of the denominations which contribute to the project.
St Andrew's, Psalter Lane Church (Anglican / Methodist)
Inclusive, outward-looking, structured but relaxed worship
Address: 31 Psalter Lane, S11 8YL
Telephone: +44 114 267 8289
Contact: Revd Naomi Cooke
Sunday worship at 10.30am, except on the second Sunday of the month when there is all-age worship at 9.00 am.
Holy Communion on first, third and fifth Sundays.
Mid-week service on Wednesdays at 10.30am
St Philip's (Anglican / Baptist)
A community of prayer and mission with a heart for the city of Sheffield
Address: St Philip’s Church, c/o St Stephen’s Church, Fawcett Street, S3 7PL
Telephone: +44 776 944 7879
Contact: Sarah Ducker
We usually have a more structured service every first and third Sunday of the month, and on other Sunday mornings you are welcome for a more informal time of Coffee, Pastries and Prayer. Please check the website for dates and times.
STC Sheffield (Anglican / Baptist)
Loving and serving the city of Sheffield.
Address: STC Sheffield, Nairn Street, Crookes, S10 1UL
Telephone: +44 114 267 1090
Contact: Sam Watson
Sunday 10.30am (Family gathering).
Sunday 7pm (All are welcome but aimed at students and youth).
St Thomas, Philadelphia (Anglican / Baptist / Free Church)
Love Jesus, Love Students, Love Sheffield
Address: Conference Centre, 6 Gilpin Street, S6 3BL
Telephone: +44 114 241 9560
Contact: Andrew Foulkes
Sunday mornings and evening.
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