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On these two days, Jesus made a number of appearances and addresses, most famously to “cleanse” the temple of money changers and merchants who had set up business in God’s house. Jesus also appeared at the temple courts to debate the priests and community leaders.

Matthew 21:12-25:13 New International Version (NIV)

Jesus at the Temple
12 Jesus entered [...]

4 Comments CherryPie on Apr 6th 2020

Palm Sunday

On Palm Sunday, Jesus arrived at Jerusalem riding on a donkey, where he was welcomed by cheering crowds. (The “Palm” in “Palm Sunday” refers to the tree branches that the crowds used to make a path for Jesus.) His arrival—often called the Triumphal Entry—fulfilled a prophecy by the Old Testament prophet Zechariah about the [...]

6 Comments CherryPie on Apr 5th 2020

The bronze anchor memorial commemorates the relationship of the city and the ships which bore the City’s name.

It is a tribute to all those who served in the ships and a memorial to those who gave their lives for their country.*

*From ‘A legacy of remembrance’ published by Sheffield Cathedral

14 Comments CherryPie on Apr 4th 2020

St George’s Chapel is dedicated to the memory of all ranks of the York and Lancaster Regiment.

As well as the regimental colours, the chapel holds the ‘roll of honour’ books of the regiment from 1914 to 1968, the hand embroidered kneelers all bear the regimental crest; and the wooden stalls or seats are dedicated to [...]

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Sheffield Cathedral is the oldest building in Sheffield still in daily use. Formerly the Parish Church of Sheffield, it was granted Cathedral status in 1914 – however the history of Christianity on this site goes back over 1000 years.
Like many churches, Sheffield Cathedral is a building which has many stories to tell. It tells [...]

14 Comments CherryPie on Mar 14th 2020

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