Welcome to St Clements Urmston  
What does the Lord require of you, but to do justice, and love kindness and walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8)


UPDATE: St Clements has now submitted an application to Garfield Weston Anniversary Fund (https://garfieldweston.org) for a grant to help us create a proper kitchen and toilets. This will make it much easier to accommodate the growing list of community events that are held in church.  It won’t be an easy task for those who choose which schemes will be successful and we hold those people in our thoughts as they make their deliberations.  

Welcome to St Clements Church in Urmston which was built in 1867 to serve the community of Urmston, for worship, for celebrations, and as a relaxing space for encountering God and one another. You will always receive a warm welcome here,

The church building is open: Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 10.00am-12noon


  • Wednesday @ 9.30 Holy Communion at the Branch Church
  • Wednesday @ 10.15  Holy Communion (without music) at the Parish Church followed by Welcome Coffee Morning
  • Sunday @ 10 .00 Parish Communion followed by Coffee/tea at the Parish Church


  • 2nd Sunday of the month  – BCP Holy Communion –  8am.
  • 3rd Wednesday of the month  –  Morning Prayer
  • usually on 4th Sunday in the month – Messy Church at the Branch Church.
  • THE CHURCH BUILDING IS OPEN MONDAY  AND FRIDAY 10-12am and also WEDNESDAY MORNINGS. Other times please contact clergy or churchwardens.

To hold a community event in St Clements Church please speak to the Vicar or Wardens.

For weddings, christenings and funerals please contact Mrs Norma Mellor on 01617484457

For Hall Bookings please contact Mr Derek Prince: 07565 957023

For other enquiries please contact Reverend Karen Marshall  (Vicar) 0161 2029575 or the churchwardens

Our Forthcoming Events

25 Nov 2018

A special thanksgiving service presided over by Bishop Mark (Middleton) to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of St Clements Church. The service will be

28 Nov 2018

Although the worldwide Catholic Church over 50 titles for Jesus’s mother, the Gospels say very little about her. She is mentioned in the

08 Dec 2018

8 am BCP Holy Communion Isaiah 35.1-10 1 Corinthians 4.1-5 Matthew 11.2-10 BCP Collect O Lord Jesu Christ, who at thy first coming didst send thy

Stretford Road, Urmston, Manchester, M41 9JZ, United Kingdom.