• Welcome to St Andrew's Psalter Lane Church

    A joint Church of England and Methodist Church, celebrating what is best in each of our traditions and building upon them in creative and relevant ways.

    31 Psalter Lane, SHEFFIELD S11 8YL

    0114 2678289


    Sunday Morning Service at 10.30 am

    We look forward to welcoming you to our Service of Holy Communion on Sunday 7th August, Eighth Sunday after Trinity, which will be led by Cheryl.


    The service will also be live streamed - if you would rather not be filmed, please sit behind the first 2 rows in church. You will be able to watch the service here from 10.30 am.

    There is a Junior Church Activity sheet available here.


    We pray for peace in Ukraine


    Did you know that we support the Fir Vale Foodbank at St Cuthbert's Church, S5 7AU?

    You can bring donations for the foodbank to church when we are open for services on a Sunday or Wednesday, or leave them in the Church Office on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday mornings.

    At the moment, they really need the following:

    - Tinned meat

    - Tinned fish

    - Longlife milk

    - Toothpaste

    The church garden is open to the public and you are welcome to use it for prayer and meditation, but please observe social distancing and wash your hands after visiting, as the seats are not sanitised.

    We are a joint Church of England and Methodist Church, celebrating what is best in each of our traditions and building upon them in creative and relevant ways.

     The heart of our life is worship, prayer, fellowship and reflective practice, linked to action, as we seek to understand, celebrate and learn how to fulfil the purposes of God’s love in Jesus Christ, whilst embracing all the questions and insights of today.

    We seek to build a community that is open, welcoming and inclusive.

    We believe in inclusive church – a church which celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate.

    We will continue to challenge the church where it continues to discriminate against people on grounds of disability, economic power, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, learning disability, mental health, neurodiversity, or sexuality.

    We believe in a Church which welcomes and serves all people in the name of Jesus Christ; which is scripturally faithful; which seeks to proclaim the Gospel afresh for each generation; and which, in the power of the Holy Spirit, allows all people to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Jesus Christ.

    We aim to be outward-looking and to take an active part in the wider community. We do this through dialogue, partnership and practical service.

    Our income has fallen dramatically in recent times, but we still need money to carry out our vital work - such as recording our online services. We have set up an online giving page where you can donate safely and securely to help us keep things running. Click on the button to donate!


    Choose from one of the set amounts or choose your own amount - and if you pay tax, don't forget to complete the Gift Aid declaration to increase the amount we receive by 25%!

    There is now also an option to give regularly

    You can also donate by paying money directly into the church account:

    Account Name: St Andrew's Psalter Lane

    Sort Code: 05 08 08

    Account Number: 3693 0499

    If you decide to do this, please email office@standrewspsalterlane.org.uk to let us know who the money has come from - and don't forget to send us a Gift Aid declaration if necessary!

    If you are worried, isolated or just need to chat to someone from the church, Judith Roberts is available: Tel. 0114 236 1531 or email  robertsjm4@googlemail.com


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  • The Methodist Church has prayers and resources on their 'Our Faith' page


    The Church of England website also has many more prayers and services.


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