Church Action on Poverty in Sheffield 11th annual Pilgrimage, 12 October 2019

Hear about local issues and responses to them

Work and pray together


Highfield Methodist Church, Holland Place, S4 4US


  • Madina Mosque
  • Heeley Christ Church
  • Heeley City Farm
  • St Vincent’s Furniture Store
  • St Wilfrid’s Centre, where we will meet with Paul Blomfield MP


Approx 2:00pm

Join us and learn about:

  • The community work of the Mosque and Heeley Christ Church
  • Heeley City Farm’s support for children who might otherwise go hungry during school holidays
  • St Vincent de Paul Society initiatives, including the furniture store, which supports vulnerable and disadvantaged people
  • St Wilfrid’s work with homeless, vulnerable and
    socially excluded adults


  • The closest bus stops to Highfield Methodist  Church are Highfield Place, on London Road and Batt Street, on Abbeydale Road.
  • There is no parking at the church, but free on-street parking is available in the surrounding area.
  • Please wear suitable shoes and bring a waterproof, drinking water and a packed lunch.
  • If you plan to leave before the Pilgrimage ends please see a steward.
  • Please follow stewards’ advice, particularly at road crossings.
  • Walkers take part at their own risk and anyone under 18 must walk with a responsible adult.
  • The event is not suitable for dogs as we enter premises.

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