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)

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, amongst our growing family of all ages. We are a very welcoming and caring congregation, committed to worship and service, open to change and development, and determined to share in God’s mission in God’s world. We try to foster a family atmosphere with opportunity for everyone to be involved if they would like to be.

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

Services:

  • 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

 

  • On the 2nd Sunday of the month we have BCP Holy Communion at the Parish Church at 8am.
  • On the 3rd Wednesday of the month we have a service of  Morning Prayer and the clergy take out Holy Communion to people who can no longer get here to church.
  • On the 4th Sunday in the month we have Messy Church at the Branch Church.

We are also always happy to show people around the church building; to arrange visits please contact the clergy or church wardens.

St Clement’s Church seeks to serve the community and we are always delighted when local organisations use the building for their celebrations, carol services and concerts.

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

Our Forthcoming Events

28 Sep 2017

At the branch church on Thursday 28th September 2017 at

01 Oct 2017

The Harvest festival this year will be on  October 1st. Come along and give thanks  for all the blessings we enjoy. Local produce will be

07 Oct 2017

An evening of storytelling and song. telling the story of the Arthurian legend of the farmer, who on taking his white horse to market was accosted

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