Foodbank vs food poverty

14th November 2017
ACCORDING to the Oxfam website, “over 2 million people in the UK are estimated to be malnourished, and 3 million are at risk of becoming so”. 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. So at […]

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 […]

Lettings Space for Every Occasion

5th September 2016
From weddings and wedding receptions, to sword fights and Hallmark of Harmony male choir practices, to belly dancing and birthday celebrations, Home start training and church services, Sheffield Jesus Centre has attractive, affordable rooms for every kind of occasion. We have enjoyed hosting a wide variety of groups at our Centre. Some hirers take advantage […]

An evening with Adrian and Bridget Plass and Rob Halligan

20th April 2016
THE Sheffield Jesus Centre is now in its fifth year. Over the past five years, we have had a variety of special events, including a civic opening with the Lord Mayor of Sheffield, and annual Gala Days, working with our neighbours. We also pride ourselves in hosting multi-cultural food events, like Chinese, African, Iranian and […]

A Snapshot of Life at the Sheffield Jesus Centre

16th July 2015
Sheffield Jesus Centre is a light, airy building, a sharp contrast to the roaring traffic outside on Hanover Way. Liz is on the front desk today and has just had a visit from a lady from the women’s hostel opposite. Liz tells me the young woman had come to the Jesus Centre and wept as […]