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Church, free entry


Nairn Street,
S10 1UL


An Anglican/Baptist Church in the city of Sheffield (UK) with a vision to see our city, nation and the nations transformed as people simply meet friends, meet God, and live life better.

Over a number of years St Thomas Crookes has pioneered the organic and missional church structure of clusters (missional communities) and cells (small groups), supporting leaders through huddles, and the use of Lifeshapes as the common language and tools for discipleship throughout the church.

The church community has grown considerably over the last five years. This growth and multiplication is powered by the clusters – missional communities of 20-30 people each with a common missional vision, under lay leadership, who reach out to a wide variety of ages and people groups. Some of these clusters have ‘planted’ in other areas of the city of Sheffield, working in cooperation with local churches to see those on the edge brought into the community of the church.

St Thomas Crookes has a vision to encourage church leaders and disciples, through its various leadership networks and training resources. The completion of the redevelopment of the church campus at the beginning of 2013 and the launch of St Barnabas Theological Centre in September 2013 is making this a reality.

Accepts groups

Children welcome


Free entry


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Map reference: SK 328873  Lat: 53.38225 Long: -1.50725

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