Sheffield Seventh-day Adventist Churches

Romans 14.1: Welcome with open arms fellow believers who donít see things the way you do. And donít jump all over them every time they do or say something you donít agree with Ė even when it seems that they are strong on opinions but weak in the faith department. Remember, they have their own history to deal with. Treat them gently. The Message

Burngreave Seventh-day Adventist Church

Andover Street, Pitsmoor, Sheffield, S3 9EE. For contacts details see contacts page.
Main services 9.40 and 11.15 every Saturday morning. (See Map)

Burngreave Seventh-day Adventist Church meets in a traditional balconied church with a spire. It often has a fellowship lunch following the Saturday morning meetings to which all are welcome. See their website for more details.

Take one of the frequent buses to Burngreave. Get off by the shops. Walk up Andover Street to the church. Click here for detailed directions and transport.

 

Carter Knowle Seventh-day Adventist Church Web Site

Junction of Carter Knowle Road/Montrose Road, Sheffield S7 2EE tel 0114 249 3312 (only during meetings). For contact details see contacts page. Main services 9.45 and 11.00 every Saturday morning. See their website for more details. (See Map)

Carterknowle Seventh-day Adventist Church is based in the south west of Sheffield, on Carterknowle Road which runs between Ecclesall Road & Abbeydale Road. This is the mother church from which the two other churches have grown.

Travel on the 85 bus along Ecclesall Road and get off outside the church on Carterknowle Road just before it reaches the end of its journey. Alternatively catch a bus along Abbeydale Road, get off at the bottom of Carterknowle Road then either take an 85 bus or walk the half a mile up Carterknowle Road. Click here for detailed directions and transport.

 

Manor Newstart Community Group

St Swithun's (Anglican/Baptist) Church, by corner of Wulfric Rd/Cary Rd., Sheffield S2 1JP. For contact details see contacts page. Main services 10.00 and 11.10 every Saturday morning. (See Map)

Manor Newstart Community Group is a smaller group meeting in the centre of the Manor estate and specialises in a more informal programme. See their website for more details. Sometimes it has to cancel a service at short notice so check before travelling.

Take a tram going to Herdings Park or Halfway, or alternatively catch a bus going up City Road. In both cases get off near the end of Wulfric Road at the City Road/Wulfric Road stop. Walk along Wulfric Road to the church. Click here for detailed directions and transport.