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We are so pleased you have found us! We hope that all of your questions will be answered on the website for your first visit to St Clement's. Please do contact us for any further information you may require. We look forward to meeting you soon at one of our services or events.

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Welcome from the Rector

I would like to add a personal welcome, as the Rector here at St Clement's.

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Home Groups

Home groups are a great context to get to know others in our church family better and to grow in our Christian faith together. Our groups meet on different evenings during the week. Read more.

Shared Space

Learn how to make beeswax food wraps, do some gardening, enjoy a free brunch and good community conversation.  Saturday, 1st February from 11am-1pm at the St Clement's Centre.  Find out more.

Youth activities at St Clement's are led by our Youth Worker, Dave Burt, and a team of fantastic volunteers. Through our regular and one-off activities we aim to build positive relationships and provide a space where our young people can relax, have fun, make new friends and get to know God more deeply.

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WoW!

Welcome on Wednesday is a free after school drop in for primary aged children with their parents and carers and siblings at St Clement's Centre from 3.30-5pm.  There's time to play, a quiet homework area and hot food for the children.  Why not pop in and see us any Wednesday afternoon in term time? Wow is run by St Clement's Church in association with Viva and East Oxford Primary.


I've got questions


We all have so many questions! That’s why we run enquirers’ courses - giving you chance to ask questions about life and to explore the answers the Christian faith offers, in a friendly, non-judgemental environment.You are very welcome to join us – and can find out more through the link below.

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St Clement's People

  • A beautiful church with friendship at its heart. St. Clement’s welcomes and offers friendship. I can be myself, be known and get to know others easily. My home group offers similar fellowship with friends and with God. I love our close community and the way we welcome others. St. Clement’s isn’t especially big - there is usually about 80 on a Sunday morning – but there is a great diversity of age and class and background – that’s one of the things I especially like about it.

    St Clement's Church Family Member

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