Worship in Sheffield

There are many organisations which provide support and fellowship within the city of Sheffield and you can be sure of a warm welcome!

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The city has a wide variety of places of Christian worship to choose from including:

  • Anglican
  • Catholic
  • Methodist
  • Pentecostal and
  • Seventh Day Adventist churches.


There are several mosques across the city. The Muslim Welfare House of Sheffield is the mosque closest to the main University campus.

It caters for a diverse congregation, with Muslims from Europe, Africa, Arabia and many parts of Asia.

Muslim Welfare House of Sheffield - visit the website to find out more

There are also male and female prayer rooms in the University's Engineering buildings and Student Union. Wudu facilities are available inside the rooms.

University Chaplaincy

The University is served by chaplains representing the major Christian traditions and other faith communities.

The multi-faith Chaplaincy Service provides information and advice for all students and is available to everyone within the University, offering care and support as well as opportunities for worship, prayer and spiritual exploration.

To help new students find the Church that best suites them the Chaplaincy organises the Church Search Barbecue in September each year.

This is an informal event where new students can meet local Church leaders and current students and find out more about the diverse places of worship in Sheffield.

Find out more on the Chaplaincy Service web pages including a full list of places of worship in Sheffield