Saint Clement’s is a friendly Belfast parish in the Church of Ireland.


Our main meeting time is 11:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings.

We usually follow the pattern:

1st Sunday – Family Service
2nd Sunday – Holy Communion
3rd Sunday – Morning Prayer
4th Sunday – Morning Prayer
5th Sunday – anything goes!

Our Sunday School meets each Sunday in the parish hall during our 11.30am service, except 1st Sunday of each month when the Sunday School attends and takes part in the 11:30am family service in church.  At Sunday school we aim to teach the children more about God, how he loves them, and how we can love and follow him. We have fun together, and through Bible stories, games, songs, prayers and plenty of chat, we hope to share God’s message of Salvation. All children from the age of three years will be very welcome.

This is us! – our lovely church:

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…and some of its lovely people:

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A few pictures of St Clements life – click on the thumbnail for a larger image.

‘Bring Your Bike To Church Sunday’ on Easter Day:

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Why were we on two wheels? – Because of our Lent project, raising money for bikes for ministers in Sudan.

Breakfast and Book Sale, June 2013




We're on the corner of Templemore Avenue and Paxton Street: