9.30am and 11.15am Sundays at 215 Sharrowvale Road, S11 8ZB
NOTE! On Sunday 9th March, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, we will meet at 3pm at the City Church, Jubilee Centre, Wilson Road, Sheffield S11 8RN.
Guest speaker at this meeting will be Matt Chandler, President of Acts 29 and Senior Pastor at The Village Church, Dallas TX
The Crowded House Sheffield is a gospel church with a network of communities scattered across the city that come together at 9.30am and 11.15am every Sunday.
Everyone is welcome, whether you’re familiar with church or just want to explore the Christian faith.
What to expect
On Sunday mornings we meet at 9.30am and 11.15am to sing God’s praises and hear God speak through the Bible. We serve tea and some of the best coffee in Sheffield for half an hour before each meeting starts.
You can expect a warm welcome, contemporary music and an engaging talk.
Feel free to join in as we sing and pray, but also feel free just to come and observe what’s happening.
A crèche is available during the meeting and we have a programme for pre-school and primary-aged children during the talk.
We believe the Christian faith is lived in community in the context of everyday life. So at the heart of our church life are our ten gospel communities, communities of people sharing life and blessing their neighbourhoods.
In these communities we eat together, care for one another, disciple one another and work together in mission. If you want to know more then get in touch or come on a Sunday.
We regularly run a three-session course for people who are interested in finding out more about Jesus. Each session involves cake, a short talk and an opportunity to ask any questions you want to ask. Think of it as a taster for Christianity. Please get in touch if you’re interested.
A church for the city
Sheffield is a great city and we want to celebrate its life and creativity. We’re involved in litter picking, local markets, street parties, exercise classes, sewing sessions and a real ale club.
We also want to respond to the brokenness in the city. We have a debt counselling service called Graceworks. And in cooperation with Assist we’ve provided accommodation for asylum seekers.
We do these things because we want to extend the generosity shown to us by God in Jesus Christ. You’re welcome to join any of these activities, whether you’re a Christian or not.