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February 2018
10 Feb 2018

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.  

22 Feb 2018

begin on Thursday 22nd Feb at the Parish centre of Our Lady of the Rosary.  Fr David Featherstone will be leading the first week and the theme over all is ‘Hope for Now’.   Please do come along. I’ve heard that there will be bacon butties available.

March 2018
03 Mar 2018

St Clements is pleased to be hosting a Ceilidh to kick off the 15oth anniversary year. Tickets available from 2nd week in January.

13 Mar 2018

The stations of the cross were devised hundreds of years ago to give ordinary Christians an opportunity to walk the way of the cross with Jesus, without having to go to Jerusalem. People still appreciate them today as an aid to thinking about the events of Holy Week, before Easter .   This year we are looking at how we can bring the stations very close to home. In Jerusalem, on the Via Dolorosa, there is a place for each…

28 Mar 2018

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…

29 Mar 2018

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,…

30 Mar 2018

Why on earth is Good Friday named ‘Good’ when the events that took place on that day seemed to mean the end of all Jesus’s disciples’ hopes and dreams? Come along and find some answers and maybe find yourself wondering about a few more things in this reflective service in which we contemplate the events of the day of Jesus’s crucifixion. Singing, prayers and silence to celebrate a profound event that changed the course of human history and continues to change…

April 2018
01 Apr 2018

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…

May 2018
20 May 2018

Every Sunday is a celebration for the church, and Pentecost Sunday in particular. Pentecost Sunday is seen by some as the church’s birthday. Come along and celebrate the giving of the gift of the Holy Spirit. We are hoping people will make a point of wearing red – a sign of the spirit. Pentecost is a lovely colourful day and its also a day for asking God to renew us through the Holy Spirit, so that we may be empowered…

23 May 2018

Holy God Holy and Strong Have mercy upon us.   Today we pray for those whose lives were changed forever by the Arena bombing   we remember those who died we give thanks for the emergency services and all who have helped bring healing and peace this past year.   We hold in our hearts all those who are grieving the loss of loved one and those who grieve for the loss of their former lives We pray for all…

June 2018
03 Jun 2018

Taize is a form of worship that has come to us from the Taize community in France. Gentle, reflective, meditative  and informal service with candlelight, Taize chants, prayers and a bible reading, it is food for the soul and worship of a loving, generous and creative God. All are welcome. No previous knowledge or experience of Taize is required.  You can listen and join in whenever you feel like it. If you would like to learn some of the chants…

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