Who & where?

Where can you find us?

Church Lane, Dore, Sheffield,

postcode for Sat-Nav: S17 3GS or for the map what3words alien.remit.views

Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/dorechurch

Accessibility:

Parking - there is on street parking around the church, on Church Lane

and Vicarage Lane. We regret that there are no 'Disabled Bays' marked.

Approach - coming from Church Lane, there is an open gateway followed by the path sloping gently down to the main doors of the church building. Coming from Vicarage Lane, there is gated access followed by a sloping pathway up to the main doors of the church building.

Doors - there are double doors to access the porch, a second set of double doors once inside the porch, and further sets of double doors to access the Vestry (and 'Disabled Toilet') and main worship space. Please note, the left hand door of each pair is usually bolted shut, with the bolts top and bottom.

Toilets - there is an 'accessible' toilet which also has Baby change facilities, in the Choir Vestry, located at the rear of the building.

T-loop - is used at every service where the AV system is used, within the main building. It does not currently extend into the area where the Choir Stalls are located.

Wheelchair access - within the main worship space is limited due to the nature of Victorian Pews, and there are steps at the front to access the platform, the Choir Stalls and the Altar

Visuals - the current 10am service uses a screen and projection, the current 8.30am and 5.30pm services use books (kept in the pews). If you need the service in large print, or another format, please let us know and we will do our best to make this happen for you.

Sensory needs - if the environment or noise levels are difficult for you, please feel free to move around the worship space or head out to the inner lobby to find a quieter place

Assistance dogs - please let us know if you are coming with an assistance dog so that we can ensure a bowl of water is available!

Have we forgotten anything? Let us know how we can help

View from the west side
Interior

Who's who:

Priest in Charge: Revd Andy Patrick

All correspondence to go via the Parish Office

Townhead Road, Dore, S17 3GA

Tel: 0114 236 3335

Email: vicar@dorechurch.org.uk

Parish Administrator: Katie Casson

Parish Office, Townhead Road, Dore, S17 3GA

Tel: 0114 236 3335

Email: office@dorechurch.org.uk

Monday and Wednesday, 8am-3pm during school term time in the office, 9am-1pm Tuesdays working from home but phone and email communication still available.

Paperwork and communication are key features of this role!

Katie supports the Priest in Charge and the wider church with much of the administration, and is the first port of call for information and church bookings (i.e. weddings, baptisms and funerals)


Lay Reader: Richard Knights


Church Wardens: Julia Stevens and Alison Saxton

In co-operation with the Vicar, church wardens are responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the parish, and offer pastoral support to the Vicar. They are supported by members of the Fabric Group (Chaired by Peter Brand) who oversee and advise on aspects of the Church building and maintenance issues.


Lay Evangelist: Jill Mitchell


Leadership Team:

Richard Knights, Church Wardens, Jill Mitchell Lay Evangelist, Revd Andy Patrick. This Team meets to prayerfully plan services, and offer pastoral care and leadership.


Secretary to the Church Council:

Anita Campbell

The Secretary supports the Church Council with the paperwork for all of its meetings - Agenda, Minutes and Correspondence - and liaises with the Diocese and other churches. e-mail secretary@dorechurch.org.uk


Treasurer for the Church:

Alison Saxton

The Treasurer acts on behalf of the Church Council to handle the financial affairs of the Church, to prepare a yearly budget, and present a report at the Annual General Meeting.

Alison is supported in this role by the Finance and Personnel Group, and a Gift Aid secretary.


Music Group:

Robin and Honor Condliffe, Nina Patterson, Rosemary Kirkman, Gillian Farnsworth.

Keyboard, flute, cello, drums, and voices make up the music group who lead the 10am congregation in their sung worship.

Bellringers:

Richard Knights

Bell ringing is a team activity that stimulates the brain and helps keep you fit ... it also makes a glorious sound! Many consider ringing to be their contribution to church life, others do it for the pure pleasure and the company it brings. Ringers come from all walks of life and range in age from ten to those in their nineties!

Charity name: THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH DORE

Charity Registered Address: Christ Church Dore PCC, Church Office, Townhead Road, Dore Sheffield, S17 3GA

Charity Number: 1128106

CCD Parish Boundary Map.pdf
CCD_EnvironmentStatement_14072020.doc
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