Welcome to St. Clement's!

Our service is on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m., and is a contemporary eucharist (Holy Communion) in the Anglican style. We sing a lively mixture of new and traditional favourite hymns; our sermons are based on that Sunday's Bible readings and applied to how we live in today's complex world. We are reverent and relaxed, not formal. Our worship offers our praise to God and our gratitude for the gift of life. The prayers give us space and silence to voice our concerns, for personal needs and for our shared anguishes for our world. 

As Anglicans we value bringing our whole selves to worship, our minds and bodies as well as our spirits.  There is always room for your questions and wonderings, along with the joy that comes that walking the faith journey in community with others. Our congregation is diverse and inclusive; there is room here for everyone. We look forward to welcoming you!

Please click on the links above to learn more about what we do and who we are.

Want to walk through one of our typical Sunday morning services, and get a glimpse of why we do what we do? Please click right here to read our Welcome booklet, or dowload a PDF below.

Or, to learn about some of the history and meaning behind the prayers and practices in an Anglican communion service, you can click on this link. It takes you to our form of service, to which the Rev. Liz Hamel has added some explanatory annotations (thank you, Liz!)

St. Clement's is a Safe Church!

Safe Church: the commitment of the Anglican Communion to do our best to ensure that our churches are safer places for everyone. Safe Church work affirms the right of every person involved in a church to be safe from harm and abuse. In our Diocese of New Westminster, all clergy and lay leaders who work with children or vulnerable adults undergo Safe Church training and complete criminal record checks. For more information about our diocese's robust Screening in Faith expectations, please click here.

Why do we do Safe Church work?

a. Safe Church is a practical expression of the Gospel.

b. Jesus models respect and compassion.

c. Scripture challenges the abuse of power.

d. Violence and abuse are a global crisis needing a unified,
global response.

e. We have listened to those who have experienced abuse in
church contexts.

f. Abuse in church communities damages trust in the church.

g. The elimination of abuse in the churches of the Anglican
Communion has been highlighted as a priority by all of our
Instruments of Communion.

Please contact us to learn more!