at St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, 6.00 – 9.00 pm on Thursday 13th December.

Come and have a great evening singing Sheffield Carols with family and friends.

Free Entry, Homemade refreshments and Christmas gift stalls.

12.00 noon – 4.00 pm on Saturday 22nd September at St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, Psalter Lane, S11 8YL

Part of the Nether Edge Festival, our third annual community arts and crafts showcase, with lots of new stalls and old favourites! Over 35 stalls featuring artists and craftspeople from in and around Nether Edge. Arts and craft include: books, bunting, cards, ceramics, children’s clothes, felt hats and accessories, Japanese Temari decorations, jewellery (new and upcycled), knitted scarves and hats, mixed media art, mosaic, photography, prints, stained glass, upcycled furniture and watercolours. There will be stalls from local community groups and charities. Homemade lunches, teas, and other refreshments available. The Festival Raffle will be drawn at 3.45pm.


St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church at 7.30 pm on Monday 17th September.

This now-annual event, organised by the Shirley House Interfaith Centre as part of the Nether Edge Festival, presents beautiful chanting and recitation from different faith traditions. This year’s event will include introductions to Islamic nasheeds (spiritual songs), Christian chants from the Taizé Community and Zoroastrian religious practice. Refreshments will be provided.

St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church

Behind the Scenes Tour: Saturday 8th September 10.00 am – 12.00 noon

Have you ever wondered what goes on ‘backstage’ in a church? What is all that silver for? Why do the ministers wear different colours? And what do all the buttons on the organ actually do? Now is your chance to find out! Free event but please visit to book your place

Art Activity Afternoon: Saturday 8th September 2.00 – 4.00 pm

Unleash your inner creativity – let our stunning New Creation window inspire you to make your own masterpiece! Free event but please visit to book your place

The church will also be open for several days in September. Pop in and see our beautiful New Creation Window, chat to our stewards about our history or simply enjoy the quiet space and wonderful light of our building.

Thursday 6 September: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Friday 7 September: 11.30 am – 4.00 pm
Thursday 13 September: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Friday 14 September: 11.30 am – 4.00 pm

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Saturday 23rd June, 11.00 am – 2.00 pm  Stalls – Cafe – Games – Raffle – Competition – Prosecco and Strawberries! In aid of the Clifford PTA and St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church.


The Eco Church Conference Saturday 21st October, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm, at St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church: The inaugural Eco Church conference.

Hosted by A Rocha UK in partnership with Shrinking the Footprint, the conference is an opportunity for representatives from churches of all denominations to come together to share and learn about protecting nature and caring for God’s earth through the Eco Church award scheme. You’ll have the opportunity to put your questions about the practicalities of becoming an Eco Church to our experts in a series of surgeries focused on the five areas covered by the online Eco Church survey.

Book now at to join us for this special day; admission is free, and lunch and refreshments will be provided (donations welcome on the day).

Come to St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church and see our beautiful New Creation Window, designed by Rona Moody as part of major modernization and refurbishment work. Within this light and spacious church you may also find our rare Bernard Rice window (the Lady and the Lamp) and William Morris window.

Our Church is an Anglican-Methodist partnership and we hope that the openness of the building reflects the open approach of our congregation. We are an Eco-congregation and belong to the Inclusive Church Network. Shirley House, part of our premises, houses our Interfaith Centre and is also used for weekly Quaker Worship.

You can chat to our stewards about our local history, take a short tour of the church or simply enjoy the quiet space and wonderful light of our building.

Opening Times

  • Thursday 7 September: 11.00-16.00
  • Friday 8 September: 11.30-16.00

Booking Details No booking required

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The church will be open from 11.00 am – 3.00 pm (11.30 am – 3.00 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays) every weekday throughout the month of September for quiet meditation, reflection and prayer – or just to have a look round! Volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and refreshments will be available. Please note that times and days are subject to change if the church is being used for a service – look for the “Church Open” sign on the pavement.

Saturday 24th June 2017, 11.00 am – 2.00 pm.

Lots of stalls including Cakes,Books, Bric-a-brac, Uniform sales, Plants and Hand-made greetings cards; Refreshments; Children’s activities including Smashing Crockery, Tin can alley, Play Your Cards Right, Face Painting, Tattoos, Competitions and Chocolate Tombola. Free treasure hunt and bubble machine. Fun for all the family!

FoodCycle SharrowFoodCycle is a charity that helps get surplus food to the people who need it. Their Sharrow Hub is holding a launch party in Wednesday 8th Feb, 12pm at the Cemetery Road Baptist Church. RSVP to

The launch event is about announcing to the Sharrow/Sheffield area what FoodCycle Sharrow are about; which is to bring the community together over a three course meal, created by food surplus and our hard working volunteers who dedicate their free time to cook and an enjoy lunch with the surrounding community,

The launch will bring together MP’s, Councils, The Press, Our Suppliers, Our Volunteers and Our Guests. Showcasing the community as a whole.

Would you and your family like to go Back in Time for a new BBC series?

Wall to Wall Television are the makers of a variety of programmes, including Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC), Long Lost Family (ITV) and BBC2’s living history strand Back in Time. In previous series Back in Time for Dinner and Back in Time for the Weekend, we explored the social history of post-war Britain through previous generations’ food and leisure time. Both series followed a modern family as they lived through each decade from the 50s to the 90s with their home, clothes and diet all transformed accordingly. Everything they did was underpinned by historical data that detailed real spending and eating habits of each period.

For our new series Back in Time for Tea, we are looking for a local, food-loving family to go on a journey through history. The family will spend the summer immersing themselves in the lives and diets of working people in Northern England over the last 150 years. It will be an exciting and educational opportunity for a local family to find out about the lives led by previous generations – where they lived, what work they did, what they ate and how they cooked it.

If you know or are part of a food-loving family, with two or more children aged 8+, and would like to take part, then get in touch! Email your name and a contact number to for an application form.

Families must be UK residents with a minimum of 2 children aged 8.