To all who visit our church and attend services. We hope you find a welcoming and uplifting place of worship and look forward to meeting you again soon.
All are welcome at all of our events. Click here for a list of services, and here for our Sunday evening worship from December 2018 to July 2019. For a copy of our 'What's on' booklet, click here.
Service details can be found on our calendar, and via our newsletter which you can download here. All are welcome at any and all of our services.
Daily Mass, please see our service times for details.
Stations of the Cross: Wednesdays 2pm (after Art Lent Course) and Fridays 6.30pm
Lent Courses: Tuesdays 7.30pm — "Meeting Saint Clement" and Wednesdays 1pm — "The Sorrowful Mysteries in Art"
Lent Book: "The Resilient Disciple" by Justine Allain-Chapman.
A booklet containing information about Lent, Holy Week and Easter at St. Clement's this year can be downloaded here.
Registered Charity number: 1130512
Huge thanks to everyone who came and helped and supported our first Craft Fair of 2019, with special thanks to everyone who donated such lovely cakes.
The annual St. Clement's May Fair will again be held in Leigh LIbrary Gardens on the second bank holiday Monday in May, the 27th. To book a stall please download here, and return it, completed, to Ian McLernon to the address on the form.
Help raise funds for St. Clement's Church - Leigh whenever you shop online! Use easyfundraising to shop with over 3,300 retailers including all the Big Names – when you shop, you’ll raise a free donation for St. Clement's Church - Leigh every time, it’s that easy! Just click on this link to help support us when you're shopping online. Thank you!!
Thank you to everyone who supports our fundraising events.
The parish newsletter for St. Clement's is produced each Sunday. Recent copies are available on this site. Please click here for this week's newsletter, Sunday March 24th, and here for Sunday 17th March.
The monthly magazine produced by St.Clement's editorial team is filled with interesting articles, insights into parish life and many useful facts, beautifully printed copies of the magazine can be bought from St. Clement's Church. Click here to download the magazine for March 2019, and click here to download February's.
Saint Clement's Church is committed to Safeguarding and has a nominated Safeguarding Officer. If you wish to contact our Safeguarding Officer please email to this address.
Your privacy is important to us, and we want to communicate with church members in a way which has their consent, and is in line with UK law on data protection. As a result of a change in UK law, we now need your consent to how we contact you. A contact details form can be downloaded here, for you to complete and return to us so that we may contact you in the way you choose and in line with the new law (GDPR).
You can read how we use your data from our "Privacy Notice" which you can download here.
Face2Face Arts Chaplaincy
St Clement’s Face2Face Arts Chaplaincy are always pleased to host exhibitions of work of Access to Art and Design Students from South Essex College. In February the students showed photographic work responding to their project, Love and Death. Thank you to all who supported this exhibition.
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE WINNER— We are so happy that one of the Access to Art and Design students who exhibited in St Clement’s on 14 February, Klaudia Zolkos-Urbanek, won first prize in the Royal Opera House Design Challenge marketing category. Please click here for more information.
For more information about Face2Face arts at St. Clement's, have a look at our Arts@ page.
All Are Welcome Here
We extend a special welcome to those who are single, married, divorced, widowed, gay, confused, filthy rich, comfortable, or dirt poor. We extend a special welcome to those who are crying new-borns, skinny as a rake or could afford to lose a few pounds. You’re welcome if you are Old Leigh, New Leigh, Not Leigh, or just passing by.
We welcome you if you can sing like Pavarotti or can’t carry a note in a bucket. You’re welcome here if you’re ‘just browsing,’ just woke up or just got out of prison. We don’t care if you’re more Christian than the Archbishop of Canterbury, or haven’t been in church since little Jack’s christening.We extend a special welcome to those who are over 60 but not grown up yet, and to teenagers who are growing up too fast. We welcome keep-fit mums, football dads, starving artists, tree-huggers, latte-sippers, vegetarians, junk-food eaters. We welcome those who are in recovery or still addicted. We welcome you if you’re having problems or you’re down in the dumps or if you don’t like ‘organised religion.’ We’ve been there too!
If you blew all your money on the horses, you’re welcome here. We offer a welcome to those who think the earth is flat, work too hard, don’t work, can’t spell, or because grandma is in town and wanted to go to church.
We welcome those who are inked, pierced or both. We offer a special welcome to those who could use a prayer right now, had religion shoved down your throat as a kid or got lost on the London Road and wound up here by mistake. We welcome tourists, seekers and doubters, bleeding hearts ... and you!