St Andrew’s Church, Brinsworth
Our vision at St Andrew’s is to communicate the good news of Jesus in Brinsworth, by words and by action. To this end the Church is both a place of worship and a place for community groups and events. Thursdays at St Andrew’s starts with ‘Coffee Pot’ from 10.30 am, continues with ‘Lunch Stop’ at 12.45 pm and concludes with a short service ‘Soul Space’ at 2.00 pm. Various other groups - Toddlers, children’s and youth groups and art groups also meet regularly each week. Next door to the church, St Andrew’s Centre provides many opportunities for community groups and for adult learning groups to meet together.
St Andrew’s has a network of small groups meeting in people’s homes during the week for worship, teaching, fellowship, ministry and outreach.
St Andrew’s Church, situated right in the heart of Brinsworth, was built in 1886 and extended in 1978. Recent work has seen a new entrance and disabled facilities added at the east end of the Church and a new kitchen added at the west end.
St Helen’s Church, Treeton
Our vision is to see the people of God grow to maturity and to be fruitful. We would like to see the integration of church and village life and to build on the framework that is already here. In doing this we hope to demonstrate the love of God in words and deeds, to meet people at their point of need and to see our community transformed. We believe that God is calling us to focus specifically on young families, both parents and children. In this pressure filled society the need for love and support is of great importance.
Church is most certainly a people based organisation, but at St Helen there is the added bonus of a beautiful and ancient building of which the community is rightly proud. We hope to encourage links between the church and the community and seek to spread the message of hope that Jesus offers to us all.
St Lawrence’s Church, Tinsley
St Lawrence’s Tinsley has an Evangelical Charismatic tradition with an established Cell Group structure, of which 80% of the congregation are members. It has an electoral role of 65. The main Sunday morning service is Common Worship using modern and traditional music. Worship is led by a Music Group. The Church building has recently undergone major reordering and is a well equipped, attractive and very welcoming.
Tinsley is a community situated between Sheffield and Rotherham. It has a population of around 4,300, of which approximately 60% is white and 40% Asian. St Lawrence’s has worked hard within the community, and is highly respected by the people of Tinsley. The Church is actively involved with local Asylum Seekers, and has seen some very positive responses.
St Mary’s Church, Catcliffe
Our vision at St Mary’s is to continue to develop links with the community of Catcliffe and to see men, women and children finding a living faith in Jesus and growing in discipleship through faith in God’s word and the work of his Holy Spirit.
St Mary’s has a network of small groups meeting in people’s homes during the week for worship, teaching, fellowship, ministry and outreach. The church is open every Tuesday morning for ‘Coffee Pot’, a community coffee morning.
St Mary’s Catcliffe was built in 1910 and has been a centre for Christian worship ever since. We are very much a family Church with people right across the age spectrum worshipping together.