St Clements Church is part of the Diocese of Manchester, in the Church of England, and one of three churches (Christ Church, St Clements, and St Clements’Branch Church) in the United Benefice of Christ Church Davyhulme with St Clement Urmston.
St Clements Parish Church is a group of people of all different ages and backgrounds, we are bound together by a common desire to worship God, care for one another, and, along with the other churches in the area, bless the communities of Urmston, Flixton, and Davyhulme in which we live and work. We meet in the beautiful Victorian church building on the corner of Stretford Rd and Manor Avenue. We aspire to be a loving community who worship God, and demonstrate the love and grace of Jesus Christ in all we are and what we do.
The Branch Church is a building that has been licensed for worship and is situated on Humphrey Lane and serves the Humphrey Park area with occasional regular worship (one Sunday and one Wednesday in the month).
Limited parking available for events.
The Church of England believes that:
St Clements Church aspires to put this into practice.
The Parish Church can be found just where Stretford Road joins Manor Avenue (M41 9JZ). There is a public car park just down Manor Avenue (Two hours free parking) and we have disabled access into the church by arrangement with the church wardens. Just get in touch and let us know that you will need to use a ramp and we will make sure it is there for you.
The Branch Church is on the corner of Humphrey Lane and Rock Rd.
Urmston is a great place to live. We are about 6 miles to the south west of Manchester city centre and there’s lots to do round here. As well as the more well known activities that take place in Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the Manchester United stadium, the Trafford Centre and Chill Factor (ski slope), there is plenty to do in Urmston itself.