St Mark’s Church, Broomhill, is distinctive both for its outstanding modern architecture and for its thoughtful, liberal approach to questions of faith.
It was founded in 1859 as an Iron Church to serve the expanding Sheffield suburb of Broomhill. In 1871, this was replaced by a fine stone neo-Gothic building designed by W H Crossland. St Mark’s became a large, active and well known church.
The distinguished architect, George Pace, designed a new St Mark’s which was consecrated in September 1963. Since then, the church has progressed in many ways, including improvements to the building, strengthened links with the local community through the Broomhill Festival and the creation of the St Mark’s Centre for Radical Christianity in 2003. When St Silas, Broomhall, closed in 2000, much of Broomhall was added to St Mark’s parish.
We aim to be an open and welcoming community of people. We resist the labels which try to define us and appreciate that people have very different experiences of faith. Whether you are a student new to Sheffield, exploring faith, struggling to keep hold of it, or would just like some companionship on your journey of faith, come and join us!
If you want to find out more, why not:
✻ Come along to a Sunday service
✻ Join one of our many groups
✻ Use our learning resources
Broomhill and Broomhall
St Mark's ChurchBroomfield Road
Muslim Welfare House of Sheffield (MWHS) is a Masjid and a Community Centre. It aims to serve the needs of Muslim and indigenous community of Sheffield.
MWHS believes in widening participation seeking strong community engagement with the adherents of all faiths. Therefore, in addition to providing prayer and educational space for the Muslim community, it conducts various educational programs for the communities, which are generally open for public.
Established, in 1973, as a student organization, to serve the needs of oversea students in Britain, the institution grew significantly, both in size and in its remit. As a registered charity, MHWS works closely with other faith organizations in order to promote community cohesion and better understanding of faith amongst communities.
At MWHS five daily prayers are offered in congregation as well as congregational prayer on Friday. Friday sermon is typically delivered in English as well as Arabic. Occasionally Friday sermon is delivered in Arabic and a translation is presented in English. On average once in a month a prominent speaker is invited to delivery the Friday sermon.
Education is another area where MWHS is working actively. The Al-Hikmah school at MWHS offers basic Quranic and Islamic studies classes for children of all ages. Accommodation is offered for student at a reasonable market price. MWHS also houses a small library, which offers books on various subjects from Tafseer, Hadith, Fiqh and History. Books are available both in Arabic as well as in English. A small deposit may be required for borrowing books from the Library. In addition to the above, a matrimonial service is also available for those seeking suitable match.
10-12 Severn Road Sheffield S10 2SU