The main Sunday service at St. Clement's is at 11am each week and is an informal and lively gathering for our Family Communion, presented via projector to a large screen. (When we speak of 'Family Communion and 'Family worship' we mean the family of the church rather than our personal family circumstances). Members of the congregation read the Bible readings, lead the prayers of intercession and take on other roles that enable our worship service to happen. Each Sunday (except for our Church Family worship when we're all together on the 2nd Sunday of each month) there are children's groups for children from age 3+ and a creche space for parents/carers with younger children to use if they wish to. We try hard to offer a warm welcome to all at St. Clement's.
On the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month there is also a more traditional and reflective service of Holy Communion at 3pm.
1st Sunday 11am Family Communion
2nd Sunday 11am Family Worship (sometimes with baptisms)
3pm Holy Communion
3rd Sunday 11am Family Communion
4th Sunday 11am Family Communion
3pm Holy Communion
(5th Sunday) Family Communion
St Clement’s Church
Parent Toddler Group Thursdays 10-12noon
St. Clement's Church
567 London Road,
Essex, RM20 4AL
(Don't get mixed up with the 'old' St. Clement's Church to which the brown road signs point - the church which was the funeral church in 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'!)
When we say ‘Family’ Communion or Worship we mean the ‘Family’ of the church –
at St. Clement’s we are of many ages and backgrounds and all are welcome!
The 11am services are informal in style and at the Family Communion there are children’s groups that meet for part of the service. There is also a place set aside in the adjoining hall for parents/carers with under 2’s to use if you’re worried about children becoming restless.
The 3pm service of Holy Communion is a quieter, more traditional service.
BAPTISM AND WEDDING ENQUIRIES
If you would like to know more about baptisms or weddings
at St. Clement's then please come along to a Sunday morning service
and introduce yourself to the Vicar or Reader, or phone the Vicar