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November 2018

11 Nov 2018

On 11th November 1918 the Armistice was signed in a railway carriage in the Forest of Compiegne. The war to end all wars was over.  Today at St Clements we remember those from within our midst who fell in the conflict, and those whose lives were changed forever.  We welcome you to this special anniversary service of readings, music,  prayers and silence. The church has been specially decorated for the occasion and a Wall of Remembrance has been created to…

27 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 Nativity stories and is a key figure in God’s hope for the world yet much of scripture doesn’t mention her at all. This advent we will spend some time thinking about what we do know about Mary and how her part in the story can help us with our own life and faith. Using art – paintings…

December 2018

18 Dec 2018

TUESDAY 18thDecember 9.45am Simple crafts, songs and a prayer with a Christmas theme, as well as the christmas story by  the Christmas tree…for little ones and their carers….refreshments will be served   Come and join the celebration. ALL WELCOME

20 Dec 2018

The Mothers’ Union is a church organisation that has a particular commitment to supporting families. Their annual carol service is a joyful service remembering the Holy Family who made that first Christmas ever so special. Come and join in the festivities  – ready, steady, SING!!

January 2019

26 Jan 2019

Its that time of year again. Gaelic Coffee and a bite to eat. There will also be a chance to buy from the various stalls. Whatever the weather we will be there at St Clements Church Hall to welcome you.    

27 Jan 2019

A special  and timely service of remembrance in which we remember those who have died not only in the Holocaust or Shoah but also in other genocides in the past century. The theme for this years service is ‘Torn From Home’. “For the survivor death is not the problem. Death was an everyday occurrence. We learned to live with Death. The problem is to adjust to life, to living. You must teach us about living.” Elie Wiesel – author and…

February 2019

08 Feb 2019

Christ Church Film club has been set up to provide an opportunity for local people to see a film with other local people.  The screen is a good sized fixed screen and seating is on upholstered chairs. The venue – the council room in Christ Church (the church not the hall)  is fully accessible and has an accessible toilet. The club meets on the first Thursday every month and cost £2 per session which covers the cost of refreshments. There…

10 Feb 2019

Please join us for our regular Holy Communion Service, at which Beth from De Paul (youth homelessness project) will be speaking. The service starts at 10.00 and Beth will speak after the bible readings about De Paul’s work in Manchester and Trafford with the hidden homeless – young people who are in a crisis situation and require help and support to keep them safe. After the service tea and coffee will be served and there will be opportunities  to speak…

April 2019

17 Apr 2019

Our journey to the cross with Christ continues with a service of light and dark.  Jesus’s entry into  Jerusalem on Palm Sunday starts off joyfully but as the week goes on the hopes of people begin to fade. It is all going wrong – or so it seems. This evening’s service brings out the drama of the story, and leads us into thinking about where our hopes for our lives and our world really lie. As with all our services, everyone…

18 Apr 2019

This evenings service is a traditional Eucharist (Holy Communion). The word Eucharist means ‘thanksgiving’ and that’s very much the flavour of the evening. The calm before the storm of Good Friday. Following the service the altars are stripped of their hangings and the decoration in the church is removed in preparation for Good Friday, The empty sanctuary leads us into  the watch in the garden of Gethsemane where Jesus, accompanied by his disciples,  faced the terrible prospect of death by crucifixion,…

21 Apr 2019

Along with Christmas Day, today is the highlight of the Christian Year. Christ is risen from the dead, Love has conquered all, and death can never again have the last word. Christ is in the beginning of all things and in the end of all things. Come along, remake your baptism vows, and join in the celebration. All welcome at any  and all of the services Sunrise Service 5.30am at St Clements Church including the lighting of the Easter Fire…

21 Apr 2019

After the darkness of Good Friday, the emptiness of Holy Saturday the sun begins to rise.  We begin  the service in darkness, reading about how God began the work to lead humanity out of darkness to new life in the light of Christ.  Then the Easter fire is lit. Christ is Risen. We light the Easter Candle and bring it in to church – a tradition that spans 100’s of years. This ancient service is followed by the first communion…

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