COVID-19 Service Notice

24th March 2020
Dear valued visitors, clients and supporters of the Sheffield Jesus Centre. Due to the ongoing the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis, it has become necessary for us to radically adjust our services in order to protect our guests, visitors, volunteers, staff and other members of the public. We are now unable to provide any building-based services from […]

Young at Heart

11th April 2019
We are delighted to welcome friends from local care homes to our centre on a regular basis, along with others experiencing dementia either first hand, or as carers for those with dementia.

Award for “Outstanding Contribution to Your Community”

24th June 2018
Sheffield Faith Action Audit in partnership with Cinnamon Network. Serving the people of Sheffield The venue was Sheffield Cathedral and on Monday 18th June, three representatives from the Sheffield Jesus Centre were invited to attend, for the awards and results of the 1st Sheffield Faith Action Audit. Steven Collier-Ellen, Trustee, Jamie Greenhough, Service Development Manager, […]

Foodbank vs food poverty

14th November 2017
It’s sad that there is even a need for foodbanks in England, but with food poverty increasing at this rate, there is a growing need to respond.

Stories from the Skills Class

14th October 2016
HOWA* arrived in this country with no English at all, she comes from Togo and can speak fluent French. Being a very strong character, she felt frustrated at not being as good as everyone else at English and didn’t attend for a while. Six months later, she returned, much more resolute and learned to speak […]

Something for everyone

5th September 2016
THEY say that a Stitch in Time saves nine. Join Lois and her team for a knitting and stitching group in the Parlour Café on Wednesdays from 11am – 1pm. It’s a great space for chatting and getting to know new people. For parents with young children, Stepping Stones provides a big space for the […]