Mothers Union 60th Anniversary Service


Everyone (male and female) is welcome to celebrate our Mothers Unions 60th anniversary. The guest speaker Dr Marion Gibson, a Belfast born psychosocial trauma consultant has dedicated her entire career to caring for traumatised people. She began working in an interface area of Belfast, where riots and civil disobedience were common. She later helped Vietnam war veterans returning to the US, before post-traumatic stress disorder was recognised as a condition. She has lectured worldwide in such countries as the Philippines, Poland, Estonia, Belarus. Africa, Australia, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, the USA and South America. She has received many awards for her work: we feel privileged to hear her speak and hope you will join us to celebrate this special milestone for St Clements Mothers Union

PSNI Ladies Choir in aid of Eggshell Cambodia

We are delighted that the PSNI Ladies Choir are going to perform for us on Friday 27 at 8.00pm. The cost is £10 and will include supper. This is in aid of the Eggshell Charity as Angela and Colin Birnie will be going out to Cambodia in November to help young girls who are being used in the sex trade. Please plan to come and bring some friends. Tickets available on Sunday at church or from office 90457654 (Alan or Colin).

Bishop’s Bible week Tuesday 29 Aug to Fri 1 Sept

Bishop Harold would like to invite everyone! to this series. There will be worship – and great teaching by Bishop Greg Venables who is a very interesting and popular speaker. It will be a great opportunity to meet with people from other parishes. If anyone needs a lift please phone the church office on 90457654 and we will try to arrange this for you.
He suggests we read through Romans a time or two before we go so we can dig deep and learn. If it’s good enough for the Bishop…

It will be held in Shankill Parish Lurgan and begins at 7.45pm

Diocesan Evangelist appointed

We are further delighted to announce that Colin Birnie, a hard working church member, has been appointed to work full time at St Clements.  We look forward to seeing what God will do through him and his wife Angela. Please pray for them as they adjust to this new role, commencing in September.

Volunteers coming!

We are delighted to announce that Cody and LeAnne Wadsworth and their young family are planning to come and work alongside us in St Clements around March 2018. As they currently live in Texas, this is a huge move so please pray for them and their families.
They are Josiah (8) Cody, LeAnne, Hannah (14) Jesse (10) and Maddi (5) in front.

Everyone is welcome to come to church on FRIDAY 30 JUNE and SATURDAY 1 JULY between 6 – 9pm.

It will be open for prayer, reflection, or whatever you want.  There will be four prayer stations to explore.

Please let your friends know.  For further information, please contact Alan at 02890 457654 (office hours).

Spring Alpha course

What are you doing on Wednesday nights for the next few weeks?  Fancy coming to Alpha?  It’s a friendly, relaxed place to ask all the questions you have about Christianity.  Why not come and meet some fellow explorers or bring a friend.  The video format course starts on Wednesday 26 April at 8.00pm for ten weeks.  There is no charge.

Holy week – time to draw aside

We have a variety of events coming up so please decide which you will attend invite your friends or family:

Saturday 8th at 10.30am  Coffee morning with SALE of donated brand new goods, cake stall and raffle.

Palm Sunday 9th.  Special service with donkey procession at 11.15 am from Paxton Street entrance.  There will also be a little lamb coming along.

Monday 10th at 8pm.  “What the cross accomplished for you and me” with George Newell

Tuesday 11th at 8pm.  Worship around the cross with James Russell

Wednesday 12th at 8pm.  Lives changed by the power of the cross with Colin and Angela Birnie

Thursday 13th at 8pm.  Passover meal and Holy Communion with Rev James Boyd

Friday 14th at 11am.  Good Friday Family Fun

Friday 14th at 8pm Evening service

Sunday 16th Celebration Family service.  Everyone is welcome in our family.

Fit for Life: 12 to 19 March 2017

Yes the week you’ve been waiting for!

Some of our Texan friends are back. It’s Cody and LeAnne – don’t say we didn’t warn you! They are bringing some new people to meet us. As if that wasn’t enough – John Edwards -originally from Dublin will be sharing his amazing story of how God transformed HIS life. We will have special events during this week so keep an eye out for further details and plan to come and bring friends and family.

Brain Teaser Time


Ok we need help!!

We are preparing flyers and we want to know what image you think represents the St Clement’s/Templemore Avenue area.

We plan to use the most suitable idea. Get thinking and why not ask your friends to get thinking too.  Then pop along on Sunday at 11.30 and you can tell Alan over a cuppa.