Welcome to the Sheffield Church of the Nazarene, based in the Heeley area of Sheffield
We hope that you will enjoy looking through our website and that you will find the information that you need. In normal times, we are a busy church with lots of church and community activities on offer. We aim to give a warm welcome to all who come, so don’t hesitate to get in touch to find out more.
Coronavirus Response (COVID-19)
The Coronavirus Pandemic has greatly affected the way that the church has run over the last year and a half, and we have changed how we do things in order to help control the virus and keep people safe. We are keeping up with changing guidelines and have put measures in place to keep people safe, while at the same time opening the building up as much as we can.
Visit Remote Church Archive for online content that was posted over the last year during the lockdowns and restrictions.
Visit Room Hire if you would like to hire a room in the building, within current restrictions
About the Church
Globally, the Church of the Nazarene is an international Christian denomination in the evangelical tradition. We operate in about 160 countries, and consist of over 2 million members. We exist to share the good news that peace, joy, love and purpose can be found by experiencing a personal relationship with our Creator God, who is best revealed through the person of Jesus Christ. We take our name from Jesus of Nazareth, one who was both fully divine and fully human like us. His story is one of extraordinary love. We were created to know this love and share it with all. Our goal is to learn better how to love God and people, and to do that in community.
Locally, our roots in Sheffield go back to 1938, coming to Heeley in 1980. The vacant St Peter’s church building became available and we have been here since that time. We exist to share a simple faith in God and a simple love for people. The world needs more love, and we believe our loving God gives to anyone who asks, or seeks. We are a diverse and inter-generational group of people who strive to practice appropriate love towards both each other and others. Our concern is for our neighbourhood and the wider world, doing what we can to make a difference.