The work of Sheffield Presbyterian Church began with a church planting Bible study in 2010. We are part of a denomination called the Trinity Presbytery. This presbytery is growing, it is committed to the Westminster Standards, historic presbyterianism and the great commission in England and in places of spiritual need around the world.
In 2011, the church was formally constituted by Rev. Brian Norton and the work has continued to grow. We have a number of different nationalities, a growing student work, as well as a keen interest in evangelism. However, our main emphasis is upon feeding and caring for God's sheep. Our worship is simple, joyful and reverent. Preaching is deemed to be the high point of our worship. Are you committed to the preaching of sound doctrine? If so, you will enjoy worshipping with us.
We are delighted that we meet in Hill Top Chapel which was built in 1629 by English puritans with Presbyterian connections. The founding minister was Stanley Gower who became one of the Westminster divines. There is a car park, as well as easy access by tram and bus. We are opposite the English Institute of Sport on Attercliffe Common, a few minutes from junction 34 of the M1, and very close to Sheffield's inner-ring road near the Arena.
We look forward to you joining with us in worship.