• Welcome to the Beacon

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 Sunday, 30 March 2014

Sue is the Beacon Youth Worker. The youth work across the Beacon continues to go well with lots of things to thank God for.

Panto

A great time was had by all at this year’s Panto at Stephen Hill. It was a privilege to help out at each performance and to see the fruits of many months of hard work. The team from the Panto have very generously donated their left over tuck to the wider youth work and the young people from Break Out and Breakthrough are very much enjoying this!

April 2014 Edition (PDF 1.1Mb) - Click here to download

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 Sunday, 30 March 2014

Please join our Time for Tea party and help call time on cancer!

Time for Tea is about setting aside a time when you can invite your friends, family, colleagues and community together for a good old fashioned cuppa to help raise vital funds for Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.

Published on Thursday, 20 March 2014

Grapevine for Sunday 6th April

Beacon Easter Services

Sunday, 13th April, Palm Sunday. No service at Stephen Hill. We shall join with St Columba's for a walk of witness around Crosspool at 10.30am, followed by a joint service and shared lunch at 12 noon. 

Maundy Thursday, 17th April, 7.30pm Passover Meal at Nether Green 

Please note the change of time from that mentioned in last week's Grapevine for this joint Beacon Service. Please would you sign up on the sheet in the Forum if you are attending so we have an idea of numbers.

Published on Saturday, 28 September 2013

The Junction is a Christian worship event for students and young adults, with opportunity to reflect, discuss, grow, learn, share and be. 

Published on Sunday, 30 March 2014

Young people have been performing pantomimes at Stephen Hill every year since 1969 but 2014 was the first outing for Peter Pan.

Published on Sunday, 30 March 2014

When I arrived at church on the 18th March I was given 3 teddy bears, 2 toothbrushes and £45 for the Aquabox - and I had not even asked! We have some wonderful people in our midst. A few days earlier I had taken 2 boxes to Cromford - I had only intended to take one but when I saw how many items we already had in stock I decided to go out and buy the few remaining things with cash that I had been given.

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