About us

We are not meeting for worship on Sunday 25th July because of congestion and travel challenges posed by the Tramlines Festival.   Join us on Sunday 1st August!  

A view of the front of Hillsborough Tabernacle Congregational Church
Hillsborough Tabernacle Congregational Church

Sunday Worship, 1030 am.

We meet in the building.   Stewards will welcome you and direct you to a seat.  Seats are socially distanced and we ask you to remain seated.  Please wear a face covering.   Please don't have long conversations inside - but do stay for a chat outside!

We hold occasional live communion services on the Sheffield Congregational Churches Facebook page, where recordings of those services are also available.  

Other meetings and events
ACE for girls, for girls aged 7 and above, is meeting face to face.

Boys' Brigade is meeting face to face - contact us for more information (contact details on the right of the screen), and watch this space for more information.   

Our Help in Hillsborough project and the Thursday Cafe are currently suspended.      

The Langsett Rd Salvation Army Corps meet in the building - 
please contact them to check details.

About us

We have a heart for Jesus.
We are a group of twenty people of mixed ages committed to the person and way of Jesus.

We have a heart for Hillsborough. We think that it is important to practically demonstrate the love of Jesus through our Church activities but also in the way we live our daily lives in this part of Sheffield. You’ll see some of our activities and stories on this site.

We have a heart for each other. Hillsborough Tabernacle is a Congregational Church which means that we make decisions collectively. We pray, think and listen carefully for Jesus to speak to us through the Bible and each other. This means that we try to value the unique contribution that everyone makes.

Our hearts are uplifted in worship. Our shared time with God sustains as a community and as individuals. Our services are what you might expect from a mainstream chapel; lots of hymn singing and lots of warmth. There’s usually a sermon which helps us reflect on Scripture and think through what it means to follow the way of Jesus today. We pray prayers of praise to God, hope for ourselves and we pray on behalf of others in our hurting world. Our worship doesn’t follow a rigid pattern and often includes creative elements.