A multi-site church, serving and worshipping God across Sheffield

The Beacon is based across three locations within the west of Sheffield, offering a range of worship styles. Part of the world-wide Methodist church, it comprises of Broomhill, Nether Green and Stephen Hill congregations.



Published on Monday, 30 November 2015

Christmas 2015

The lights are starting to go up, the TV adverts have begun, my brass band has been practicing festive music – the seasons of Advent and Christmas are upon us.  This is a time of excitement and laughter as we prepare to welcome once more the Prince of Peace.

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The latest edition of the newsletter is now available, providing a downloadable source of information, detailing news from around the Beacon, and events coming up in the next month or two.

Published on Wednesday, 09 September 2015

A monthly event at Broomhill providing the opportunity to share in a simple lunch and to further engage in the themes from our worship services through discussion. A small donation is requested to cover food costs and booking is advisable so we know how many to cater for. For further details or to book, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Published on Sunday, 26 April 2015


The Junction is a Christian worship event for students and young adults, with opportunity to reflect, discuss, grow, learn, share and be. We come together to worship God, develop our discipleship and participate in the life of the Body of Christ.

For full details visit The Junction at www.beaconjunction.org.uk

Published on Monday, 30 November 2015

During the October half term, the Mega Kids holiday club was held and despite my worries that up to quite late in the day no one had said they were coming we had a good group of 10 children. The theme was ‘light’ so after sharing bible stories connected with the theme, we enjoyed our favourite songs (with actions of course), played games, made star shaped shortbread, decorated some rather lovely candle holders and had fun.

Published on Monday, 30 November 2015

This last month has been one where there have been lots of things happening and at last there has been some progress on things we have been plugging away on for a while.

F@ST has continued to have improved attendance since its’ move from a Friday to a Thursday night. We have also had some new young people join us and there is currently a very positive feel to the group. We have been staying with the theme of trying out different forms of (bite size!) contemplative prayer.

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