Broomfield Rd Sheffield S10 2SE
Having been here before – I returned.
There is something within the work of George Pace which speaks directly to my eyes and heart – and feet. His Modernism is tempered by the Mediaeval – along with Arts and Crafts references and a nod to Le Corbusier’s Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp
I have also visited Bradford, Chadderton, Doncaster, Keele and Wythenshawe.
Here in Sheffield is a church built in 1868 – 1871 to a standard neo-Gothic design by William Henry Crossland. Bombed in the Blitz restored, redesigned and built by Pace 1958 – 1963, accommodating the original spire and porch.
Here is the Historic England listing.
There is stained glass to the east, Harry Stammers illustrating the Te Deum and to the west an abstract design by John Piper made by Patrick Reyntiens.
Let’s take a walk around the exterior.
Time to go inside – happily the St Mark’s is open weekdays, in addition to Sunday services.
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