93 Broomspring Lane, Sheffield S10 2FB

Why Potter’s House Sheffield

We are a church that
believes in Jesus,
Jesus Loves Sheffield. We do too.

Our church began meeting on 1st of March, 2014 and a lot has changed for us over the years. However, one thing has remained consistent: a focus on helping people live in love for the Kingdom of God.

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If you wish to become a part of our church or a volunteer to help those in need, our community is awaiting you with our open hearts.

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If you wish to become a part of our church or a volunteer to help those in need, our community is awaiting you with our open hearts.

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Church Mission

Potter’s House Church is called to proclaim the Gospel of Christ and the beliefs of the evangelical Christian faith, to maintain the worship...

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Bulding Community

Being apart of a church extends beyond simply gathering together for an hour or two on a Sunday. We want to be a part of each other’s lives...

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  • I recently saw this list of 10 qualities posted on another church blog and couldn’t help but share it here, with my own thoughts added. These are ten characteristics Hillsong Church expects all staff members to embrace in order to serve at Hillsong. In my opinion, this should be the baseline for every church. 1. I am a can-do person. Strong teams are full of people who take accountability for themselves, and who feel most alive when they are putting their best foot forward. 2. This is not my job. This is my life. 2 Timothy 1:9 says, “He has saved us and called us to a Holy life” (NIV). This isn’t just about a job in ministry. This is about a lifestyle that reflects the transforming work of Jesus Christ. 3. I will serve the Lord with gladness. “On your feet now—applaud God! Bring a gift of laughter, sing yourselves into his presence.” Psalm 100:2 (NIV) Ministry is hard, but if it isn’t also fun and full of gladness, we’re doing something wrong. 4. Empowerment starts with me. Strong ministries operate under the assumption that everyone is empowered to work hard, grow, overcome sin and temptation, serve others, confront conflict, make amends, take accountability and empower others to do the same. 5. I am not on the gossip train. It’s so easy to get caught in the gossip train, if not in church itself, then in the blogosphere. Healthy ministries will resist gossip. 6. I am one of them. No matter what team you are leading, what title you hold, or what title you hope to hold someday — we are all on the same team. We play different roles but are pointed toward the same objective. 7. I will bring those around me on the journey. As a church leader, there are hundreds of people you try to “bring with you” on the journey. But the most important group of people you can bring with you is your own family. Your ministry won’t matter without them. 8. My tone of voice is not whining. It is possible to have a good heart, but still come across as whining or complaining to others. How does my leadership sound to those around me? Leadership attitudes (real or perceived) are contagious. 9. I delegate but I don’t dump. Do you see others around you as a means to an end, or are you also invested in what they are learning and who they are becoming? 10. My spirituality is attractive. Our love for God, for people, and for life should be always be compelling to others. How are you doing with these ten qualities? Share
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From The Blog
What We Should Know About The End Of Time
What We Should Know About The End Of Time

Bible Signs of the End Times When Noah and Lot warned their respective people of God’s coming judgment and destruction, the people would not listen. Instead they treated Noah and Lot as “extremists”. Then the destruction that DID come found the people unprepared. Thus it will be when Jesus Christ returns. As in the days

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Can A Man Make A Difference?
Can A Man Make A Difference?

Many people believe that they don’t have what it takes to make a difference to the world. They believe only people like Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Theresa, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, and the likes, are capable of making a difference. The truth is, every one of us is put in this world to contribute

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GOD Use Broken Things
GOD Use Broken Things

If something is broken, we generally discard it. However, God uses broken things to accomplish His purposes. God used broken pitchers (Judges 7). Gideon conquered the Midianites by putting their lamps within pitchers; at his direction, the soldiers broke their pitchers and revealed the light, which greatly confused the Midianites, and they were defeated. The light of truth is

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“Welcome to Our Church”

I am delighted to have you visit our church website. It is my privilege to serve as Pastor of Potter’s House, Sheffield. My heart felt prayer is for people to know the Lord Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Saviour. We also want you to become actively involved in a Bible believing, Bible preaching, Fundamental church that cares for you.

Sermons
Being A Blessing
by Pastor Paul Buddy
Bitten But Not Beaten
by Pastor Chiso
Call on the name of the lord
by Pastor Chiso

‘Wherever the river flows, life will flourish ...’ (Ezekiel 47:9)

Potter's House Church Sheffield is a 'family on mission together' transforming networks, neighbourhoods and nations one life at a time. We are a Christian church committed to serving the city of Sheffield and part of a growing sphere of churches in the East Midlands and beyond!