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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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Job Vacancy - Charity of Thomas Dawson

The Trustees of the Charity of Thomas Dawson are looking to recruit a General Manager.  This is a new role and is an exciting opportunity to shape and manage an Oxford Charity.  

Click below for job advert with application details and full job description.

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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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Worship with us

All our services are available on our Youtube channel here.

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.

What's On

Have a look at our events calendar to see what's happening at St. Clement's.

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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.  Dave is working out great ways to keep our youth connected when they're not able to meet together.  

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Thy Kingdom Come 21-31 May 2020 

Join with Christians across Oxford and the world as we pray during the 10 days from Ascension to Pentecost!

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A Prayer for Oxford

Father God, we lift to you our precious city of Oxford, which you have blessed so often in the past.  

We thank you for our doctors and nurses, and all health and care workers.  Please preserve them, keep them safe, and may your life and health flow through them to others.

We thank you for those working in frontline services, from refuse collectors to supermarket workers, media providers to delivery drivers.  Please bless them as they persevere on our behalf.

We thank you for Oxford's nurseries, schools, universities, and ask for creativity for staff teaching online, courage for students, and new ways for every child and student to flourish.

We thank you for scientists seeking to combat this virus through vaccines.  Please bless their efforts, lead us out of this time of trial, and deliver us from evil.

We thank you for all our leaders in councils and in government.  As they make difficult decisions on our behalf, may your Spirit of wisdom lead them in taking resourceful and compassionate action.

We pray for those on the streets and living on the margins, for your provision: through kind, practical support, and may all in our city receive our daily bread.

We pray for any in danger at home.  Please keep them safe, restore broken relationships, and breathe your peace upon every household in Oxford.

May all who are lonely, anxious, or whose minds are troubled, know your presence bringing light and hope.  Please comfort all who are suffering bereavement or loss of any kind today.

We pray for those facing insecurity or turbulence in their work lives, for your guidance, and sustaining grace to carry on.

We pray again that ancient prayer: 'Lord, we do not know what to do, but our eyes are upon you.'  We lift our eyes and hearts to you.

Please lead us in your good ways, your ancient paths.  As Oxford University bears the motto, 'The Lord is my light', may we know your light, and may we carry that light to others.

May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us all now and forever. Amen.

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 70 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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