Corona Virus (COVID-19) Action

All public services and other regular gatherings at St Clements Church have been suspended in accordance with advice from the Government and the Church of England.

Sunday services from St Clements Vicarage will be available online on this page throughout the period of restriction.

Other opportunities for worship and/or learning will be posted from time to time. Watch for the links below.

You can watch this week’s Sunday Service here:

We’re currently in the middle of this year’s annual prayer event “Thy Kingdom Come” which takes place from Ascension Day to Pentecost Sunday on 31st May.

If any local families would like a copy of the Digital Family Prayer Map for Thy Kingdom Come, I can let you have an A3 copy. You can also download the phone app to use with it for interactive games and activities. Details of that can be found HERE. Or google TKC MAP AR.

You can download the Thy Kingdom Come Prayer App which contains prayer pointers and opportunities for joining others in prayer, as well as inviting you to pray for five people daily throughout Thy Kingdom Come – You can download it HERE, or visit “Thy Kingdom Come” website here  for more resources and ideas.

On Wednesday 27th May at 6.00pm St Clements will be hosting a Virtual Prayer Meeting on ZOOM. Watch here for the link.


There’s some great stuff going on in our parish amongst our local community.

Ricki is both our Mission Apprentice and works as a Street Connector for the Cars Area Together group on the Smiths Wood Estate. He shares some good news stories from the local community’s response to the Covid Pandemic in this short video:



In the absence of Sunday School, you can find some great activities for children on the Scripture Union “Lockdown” playlists on their YouTube Channel including “Make and Pray” and “Inspire”.

Click HERE for their “Make and Play” playlist, or HERE for “Inspire”:


The SPRING HARVEST AT HOME teaching and worship videos are still available on their YouTube Channel. Have a look at a whole range of great teaching and worship from their online Easter event.

SPRING HARVEST have tried to make freely available as much of their progamme as possible having had to cancel the live conference this year. You can access their resources by going to their website (click the Spring Harvest Home box below), or visiting their YouTube Channel (Click the video box)



You will find other St Clements videos and subscribe to the St Clements YouTube channel by clicking here    or by going to our Facebook page here.

Other services and resources for worship and prayer can be found on the Church of England Website  The Church of England Birmingham is producing a videos including worship, teaching and discipleship talks that you can watch on YouTube. Click here to see them.

Good news to pass on to people who don’t have an internet connection:

For more News, Updates and Information about worship, pastoral care and other available support (including links to Solihull Borough Council’s Covid 19 Support Information) Click Here





Saint Clement’s Church of England, Castle Bromwich

St Clements, Castle Bromwich meets in quite a modern (1960s) multi-purpose building, originally constructed to be the Church Hall. What we lack in terms of a steeple or stained glass, we make up for in our congregation of about 60 people seeking to move forward in worship, discipleship and mission.

Our church serves a parish of about 12,000 people. A third live in Castle Bromwich and the remainder of the population come from the Smith’s Wood Community, an Urban Priority Area. Both communities are well represented in the congregation and its leadership.

Our worship is usually relaxed and informal (but still Church of England). Words are projected on a screen, and we have been exploring the use of multi-media in services. We use a variety of contemporary Christian worship songs alongside more traditional hymns.

Our Services

We meet for worship on Sunday Mornings: 10.00am-11.30am

We also have a Midweek Communion Service on Wednesday mornings: 10.00 – 11.30a.m.

For further details of our services click here.



Safeguarding Policies and contact details:

At St Clements, we want to maintain a safe environment for everyone, especially children, young people and vulnerable adults. 

If you need would like to view our safeguarding policies,

or if you want to contact someone about safeguarding concerns you may have, click here


Privacy Notice:  

Your privacy is important to us. You can view St Clements Privacy and Data Protection Policy by clicking here 


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