A Warm Welcome

“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” (Ephesians 2:10)

Welcome to the website of St Clement’s Parish Church.
We are an Anglican church and, along with our daughter church of St Nicholas, serve St Clement, a parish in the south-east corner of the Channel Island of Jersey. Here you will find information about our life and mission, including the charitable work we are involved in, here in Jersey and elsewhere.

Here is the Rector’s letter and order of service (Family Service) for 27th November 2022.

About
the Church

Find out about St Clement’s Parish Church and St Nicholas; who we are, what we offer and when. We hope that you’ll visit us in person.

RESEARCH
OUR HISTORY

Explore the story of our church. You’ll find information on the history of the building and its interior and exterior features.

CHURCHYARD
RECORDS

If you are researching your family history, you will find formation about the burials in St Clement’s churchyard. Our records go back to 1791.

RECTOR
Canon David Shaw MBE

E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: The Rectory 01534 851992
or the Church Office 01534 745260

Churchwardens
Evelyn Tucker

Tel: 01534 851953

Tim Tindall

Tel: 07797 826801

Assistant Curates
Rev Tracy Le C Bromley

Tel: 01534 857693

Rev Martin Dryden

Tel: 01534 874668

Safeguarding Officers
Rev Tracy Le C Bromley

Tel: 01534 857693

Rev Martin Dryden

Tel: 01534 874668

Administrator
and Caldwell Hall Bookings
Jayne Salsac

Tel: 01534 745260

WHAT’S ON

We hold a said service of Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer at St Nicholas at 09h00 and a service in St Clement’s Church at 10h30.  This service includes singing and varies from week to week. 

Both the Caldwell Hall and the church hall at St Nicholas are available for hire for one-off and for regular events.

LETTER & SERVICE SHEET

We publish a weekly newsletter from the Rector along with a service sheet for the 10h30 Sunday service, which includes Bible readings, prayers and a short reflection on the readings.

OUR SERVICES ONLINE

We usually live-stream the 10h30 service and, from time to time, other special services.

ATTEND A SERVICE IN PERSON

There may be occasions when it is necessary to register to attend a service because of restrictions in the numbers allowed for physical gatherings.