St Clements Church is open for public worship every Sunday at 10.00am. Numbers will be restricted so we are asking people to pre-book by completing the simple online form. Please click the link below.

Sunday 19th September 10.00am service:

Visit St Clements Cornerstone Bible Study Fellowship starting on Monday 11th October. Details here >

Come and join us at our TWENTY21 group starting on Tuesday 12th October. Details here >

Join our Crafternoon Group starting on Monday 4th October. Details here >

St Clements Church Castle Bromwich is open for worship every Sunday.

Unfortunately, from 9th August 2021 we are unable to continue with our regular live-streamed services. 

St Clements will continue to provide as safe an environment as possible for those wishing to attend, and we hope that those who have attended regularly in the past will find the confidence to rejoin us in church. We can’t wait to welcome you back!

But you can still join us online at 10.00am (different time) for our service this Sunday (8th August 2021)

Jesus meets with scepticism and a mixed response as he continues to present himself as the Bread of Life. Why do people find it hard to respond to Jesus? Is it simply lack of belief, or are there other aspects of our lives that get in the way? How can we be freed to trust in Jesus?

To watch click on the image below:


MIDWEEK COMMUNION SERVICE takes place in church on WEDNESDAY at 10.00am



To watch previous services and videos from St Clements visit our YouTube channel, Just click on the image and link below:

St Clements Castle Bromwich – YouTube




Midweek Groups

For the period of current lockdown restrictions all mid-week groups will be suspended unless they are able to meet via ZOOM or other video conferencing.


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.



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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