Upper Wincobank Chapel
Wincobank Avenue, Sheffield S5 6BB

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  • Activities

    Something for everyone - all ages welcome!


  • History

    Built in 1841 by Mary Anne Rawson of Wincobank Hall


  • Facilities

    Spacious, well equipped kitchen and community rooms


Welcome !

This is an independent chapel, built in 1841.  The chapel does not belong to any denomination and is run by the members of the congregation. Every Sunday there is a very simple Christian service with a Bible reading, discussion and singing. There is no regular Minister but we welcome visiting clergy from other churches who volunteer to lead worship and often the congregation run their own informal service with plenty of debate about how the teaching in the Gospels applies to our life today.

Wherever you live, whatever your faith, or if you have none, you are warmly invited to join in any of our community activities or to come on a Sunday - all are welcome including children who can stay with us in the main chapel with their parents

For more information about our services please download our Welcome information sheet here 

Special Event:      Saturday 14th July 2018  2pm – 4pm

Snowdrop  Garden Party & Fete

Raising funds to help survivors of modern-day slavery

Refreshments,Craft Sale, Tombola, Books, Bric-a-Brac, Art Activities, Face-Painting, Local History, Information

Upper Wincobank Chapel was founded in 1841 by Mary Anne Rawson who, with her mother and sisters, campaigned tirelessly for the world-wide abolition of slavery, the education of freed slaves and for religious freedom.    Sheffield's Snowdrop Project supports the survivors of modern-day slavery whatever their faith or ethnicity, helping them get back to independence and a normal life. To find out more please visit their website  www.snowdropproject.co.uk 

To find us:  Address: Wincobank Avenue, S5 6BB 
Directions: M1 J34. Follow A6109 to Sheffield, after 1/2 mile turn right at Jenkin Road. Continue to the top and over the brow of the hill. Fork left onto Wincobank Avenue. The chapel is 50 yards on left, set back from the road.
Grid Reference: SK 377 913 GB Grid
We are always open on Tuesdays 10 - 1pm and Sundays 10.30 am - 12.30pm.
To read about our quest to find out more about our history click here https://upperwincobankchapel.wordpress.com/
For regular updates follow us on Facebook : Upper Wincobank Chapel
To watch Glee Bah Gum community choir singing at the Chapel - recorded 11th April 2013 click here