NightFever is a special event that currently takes place twice a year at St Marie's Cathedral.

After the Saturday evening Mass, the Blessed Sacrament is exposed until 11pm, when the event finishes with Night prayer. Throughout the evening, Mission teams go out into the streets around the Cathedral and invite people to come into the Church to light a candle and place it on the altar. 

The evenings are always powerful and blessed events, with 200-300 people of all religions and none taking up the invitation to come and pray, sit or be still in the Cathedral.

Music teams lead people in prayer throughout the evening and welcome teams talk to everyone who comes in. This is a great outreach initiative that can only take place due to the support and hard work of volunteers. 

It is a great opportunity to welcome the people of Sheffield to come in or come home as part of the Year of Mercy. 

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The next Nightfever will be taking place on Saturday 9th December.
The evening begins with Mass followed by adoration in candlelight and music during this time people go into the street and invite passers by to come into the cathedral and light a candle.

Set up 3.30pm
Mass 5.30pm
Nightfever -6.30pm
Night prayer 11pm

If you would like to volunteer for street missions, welcoming, prayer team please email Nightfeversheffield@gmail.com
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December 9, 2017, 5:30pm - December 9, 2017, 11:00pm

The next Nightfever will be taking place on Saturday 9th December. The evening begins with Mass followed by adoration in candlelight and music during this time people go into the street and invite pa...

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Exactly today 12 years ago, on October 29, 2005, the first Nightfever took place in Bonn (Germany)! Since then, the initiative has spread to 27 countries through the commitment of young volunteers. We...

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