We couldn’t do the things we do without the generosity and goodwill of volunteers.
A willing heart is all you need and if any training is required it will be given.
There are lots of ways in which you can contribute. Have a look at the list below – if there is something that interests you, please contact us.
Join the rota of people who lead the intercessions during services.
Intercessors lead the congregation in praying for other people, for our community, for the Church, for the world and for God’s kingdom. You can pray by yourself or intros or threes with friend/ family. We would be especially delighted to have family groups willing to pray for the family services.
Coffee preparation and serving at the end of Sunday services.
If you would be interested in helping to serve tea and cofee, please contact us, or speak to
Join the rota of those who read Bible passages in church services.
The Parochial Church Council helps to make decision about the organisation of the church and it’s direction. The PCC is responsible for the financial affairs of the church.
PCC members are typically elected once a year at the AGM. If you feel you have the skills and experience to contribute to our PCC, please contact the PCC Secretary here.
Please note, you must be on the St Clement Electoral Roll in order to stand for election to the PCC.
Click here to see who the current members of the PCC are.
Represent the views of St Clement’s at a Deanery Level.
Sidesmen play a vital role in ensuring the church is ready to welcome people. They also include women (the term ‘men’ is a legal term. There are also teams of welcomers who greet people and make sure that they have what they need for the service.
If you are interested in becoming a welcomer, please contact Rev. Karen
Licensed Lay Assistants
Lay Assistants are nominated by the incumbent, approved by the PCC and licensed by the Bishop for the administration of Holy Communion. For more information about becoming a Lay Assistant, contact Mr Chris Jones.
if you like singing or playing an instrument and think you might like to get involved click here to find out more about getting involved with music at St. Clements.
We’re always looking for new ways to generate the income we need to keep St. Clements open and working for the benefit of the parish! If you have any fundraising ideas or would like to join our Fundraising Committee, please contact us!
We are always looking to recruit more people to work with the children and young people in our congregation and parish. For more information about opportunities to work in children’s ministry, contact Clare Collinge ALM (children).
Please note that everyone who works with children or young people must be DBS checked.
Do you have green-fingers and spare time? Help maintain the grounds at St Clements and ensure that the church continues to be a beautiful landmark in Urmston.
For more information, please speak to one of our Church Wardens.
Help to produce flower arrangements for St Clements.
To join our team of flower arrangers, please contact the Churchwardens.
If you can help with occasional photocopying and putting together news sheets etc please contact Derek Prince, Churchwarden.