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St Helen

The church is open regularly on the second Saturday in each month, when we would love to show you our beautiful church and offer refreshment.

Treeton, Yorkshire | S60 5PZ

There has been a church on this site since the reign of Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) and it is the only one noted in the Domesday Book as being in the ‘vast and ancient territory of Hallamshire’.

Wincobank Chapel

Always open on Tuesdays 10 to 1pm.

Wincobank, Yorkshire | S5 6BB

We are pleased to welcome you to this Grade II listed chapel only five minutes walk from the site of the Ironage Hillfort on Wincobank Hill.

St James the Great

St James the Great

Please contact us to arrange a visit.

Norton, Yorkshire | S8 8JQ

Norton was once the first parish in Derbyshire encountered by Sheffielders on the road south, just imagine the London coach toiling up Derbyshire Lane! Seen from Graves Park it still appears in a rural setting.

St Augustine

Open by arrangement. Please contact us to arrange group or school visits, or to find out about opening times.

Endcliffe, Yorkshire | S11 8RQ

St Augustine’s promises a warm welcome to all visitors, whether they are looking in on their parish church or have a special interest in stained glass.

Trinity URC

Open Wednesday and Saturday 10am to 12noon, and by arrangement

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S11 8TG

The church building, designed by John Mark Mansell Jenkinson, the second generation of a Sheffield firm of architects, was opened in 1971.

St William of York

Open daily.

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S11 8TL

This lovely Catholic Church is light and airy and a wonderful contrast to the busy city.

Tapton Hill Congregational Church

Contact us to arrange a visit.

Crosspool, Yorkshire | S10 5GB

Tapton is the oldest church in Crosspool, originally worshipping in a 'Tin Chapel' from 1854 until the existing building was erected in 1913.

St Mary Magdalene

St Mary Magdalene

Please contact us to arrange a visit.

Whiston, Yorkshire | S60 4JG

Our lovely church has stood above the village of Whiston for over 800 years.

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