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August 2017
05 Aug 2017

Now you don’t get many of these around these days so come along and find a bargain – there are lots to be had. All proceeds to Mother’s Union – to support projects which help families. Refreshments will be available –

11 Aug 2017

For the past two weeks, a group of young people, supported by Slaford Foundation,  have been based at Christ Church, making a film about Depression – what it is, how it feels, how to cope. This Friday, (August ) the film will be screened at St Clements Church at 4pm – 5pm. Refreshments provided. Please come along and support the work of these very  talented young people.  

19 Aug 2017

Traditional St Clements summer event – in the hall because of the possibility of ‘ahem’ inclement weather, (apologies to St Clement whose name appears to be being taken in vain here!!) ‘.   There will be plenty of stalls with things to eat, drink, and buy (of course).   Tower Tours are back  – with accompanying outstanding views  of Urmston from the top of the tower! Come along, meet friends, enjoy a bit of fizzy (and as you do all this…

September 2017
09 Sep 2017

Its that time of year – when all around the country wonderful buildings turn opening their doors into a special event. And all for free.  Come to St Clements and ascend the stone spiral staircase up to the roof of the tower and see the view. Watch the St Clements bees. Or admire the stained and painted glass windows designed by Shrigley and Hunt of London and Lancaster. Refreshments available. Do you have a family connection with St Clements? Were any…

28 Sep 2017

At the branch church on Thursday 28th September 2017 at 7.30pm.

October 2017
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 auctioned and all money raised will go to a local charity to help those in need. Traditionally harvest is a time for celebrating the harvesting of the crops that would carry us through the winter; these days our crops are harvested continually all around the world but its good to remember all those who are involved…

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 by an old man on the road to Macclesfield. The wizard, for it was he in disguise, took the farmer into the bowels of the forest on Alderley Edge and, striking a huge outcrop of rock with his staff, revealed a cave behind a pair of iron gates with a hundred knights sleeping and the…

08 Oct 2017

An afternoon programme of light orchestral music by Hale Light Orchestra, conducted by Alan Nuttall. The programme includes a selection from Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin, and music by Rodgers and Hammerstein.   Tickets £5 on the door. Under 16’s free. includes light refreshments.    

November 2017
02 Nov 2017

All Souls’ Day is also known  as the Commemoration of All  the Faithful Departed. The 31st Ocotber is All Hallows Eve, the 1st of November is All Saints Day, and there three days together are an opportunity to remember those who have died and joined with all of the Christians who have finished their earthly life and and with whom we share the hope of the resurrection. The loss of so many in World War 1 brought this festival to…

12 Nov 2017

AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING – WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.   This year has been a sobering year as we have thought about those lost in WWI and remembered the dangers that they lived and died through. This day is set aside to remember all those and others who have lost their lives in conflicts around the world and who continue to live with injury and disabilities sustained as they worked to defend not…

16 Nov 2017

Melanie Latham: Chutney and Cheer

19 Nov 2017

St Clements Day is on November the 23rd and we customarily celebrate our Patron saint on the nearest Sunday which is November the 20th. This day is also known as the Feast of Christ the King and is the final Sunday in the church’s year (New year begins with Advent Sunday, this year on Sunday 27th November). Watch this space for a details of a special service to remember St Clement who was, according to tradition, a leading member of…

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