Salvation Army Citadels

The Salvation Army is a Protestant denomination of the Christian Church with over 1.6 million members in 109 countries. It was founded in 1865, in the East End of London, by William Booth, an evangelist who wanted to offer practical help to the poor and destitute, as well as preaching the Gospel.


Its message is based on the Bible´s teaching and aims to make known the good news about Jesus Christ. Alongside this, the Army shows practical concern and care for the needs of all people, particularly the homeless and the destitute. The Salvation Army also runs a hostel in the city centre.

Sheffield Citadel

Relaxed, vibrant, enthusiastic, spiritual, caring.

Address: 12 Psalter Lane, S11 8YN
Telephone: +44 114 266 8127
Contact: Captains Mark and Sue Pegram

Sunday 10.30am and 5.30pm.
Thursday 4.30pm.

Sheffield Castle

Active community church, working with homeless and destitute.

Address: Duke Street, S2 5QP
Telephone: +44 114 273 1778
Website: Link through
Contact: Majors Ivan and Liz Oliver

Sunday 3pm.
On the 2nd and 4th Wednesday in the month at 7pm (Café Church: free meal, video worship and discussion).
Charity shop: Monday-Friday, 9.30am-4pm.

Langsett Road

A warm welcome awaits!

Address: Hillsborough Tabernacle, Proctor Place, S6 4HF
Telephone: 07708 340440
Website: Link through
Contact: Lt. Col. Godfrey Payne

Sunday 6.00pm.

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