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- Newsletter Archive | St. Clements Ewell
Newsletter Archive OCT/NOV 11 & 18 Oct 25 Oct & 01 Nov 08 & 15 Nov AUGUST/SEPT 02 & 09 Aug 2020 16 & 23 Aug 2020 30 Aug & 06 Sept 13 Sept & 20 Sept 28 Sept & 04 Oct JULY 05 July 12 & 19 July 26 July JUNE 28 June 2020 21 June 2020 14 June 2020 07 June 2020
- Church | St Clements Church Ewell | England
Church Schedule The government has announced a four-week national lockdown for England from Thursday, 5 November. This means that sadly we are not able to celebrate Mass together. For more details see the parish newsletter. Private Prayer Access Commencing Sunday 8th November Wednesday 9.30am - 11 30am Sundays 9.30am - 11.30am All attendees are to follow the required safety guidelines when accessing the church and using the seating' Mass Due to COVID-19 measures we will not be able to celebrate Mass from the 5 November. After lockdown we hope to resume with the following Mass times : Wednesdays - 10am Saturdays - 6pm Sundays - 8:30am and 10:30am Capacity is restricted to 75 people. Face masks are compulsory and we ask people attending Mass to complete a NHS Test & Trace slip or use the NHS track and trace app . Please arrive to church in plenty of time. The 1030 Sunday Mass is very busy so if you are able to go to 8:30 Mass this would be helpful as we do not want to have to sent people away to maintain social distancing. Reconcilation Due to COVID-19 there are currently no opportunities for reconciliation To read more about how COVID-19 is affecting our parish click here. Upcoming Events 22 Sun Nov Pray Service RSVP 03 Thu Dec We are delighted to invite you and your family to join us in our online Advent Service on Thursday 3 December at 7pm. RSVP 08 Tue Dec In our last Divine Renovation webinar of the year, we want to help your parish take stock RSVP 18 Fri Dec Wintershall winter walk RSVP Spiritual Life Spiritual Life is incredibly important to our community. We help all age groups follow their desired path towards God. For more information on the sacraments and what they have to offer click below. Learn More Recent Posts from the News Blog History of the Parish The paper version has now been digitised and is now available on this website. You can read it by clicking on the About Us top menu and s... 12 Write a comment Sing something simple . . . 49 Write a comment Meet your new website editor 28 Write a comment 1 Watch Mass Live Watch live mass, prayer and liturgies from the parish of Guilford or discover streams from a large number of other churches from the rest of the UK. Watch Now Get Involved Parish Connections We want everyone in our parish and the wider community to be a part of our activities and groups. We have groups based on the work of charities as well as recreational groups such as the Scouts. We appreciate the difficulty of finding the right person for the job. We offer local business and parishioners the chance to advertise on our website so that choosing the right person can be made easier for you. Get Involved Coming Soon Join the Parish Database We will send you relevant information based on the information you give us as well as highlight upcoming events so you don't miss a thing! Join Today Support Our Church Please donate what you can to help keep our church running. Donate Join the Parish Database We will send you relevant information based on the information you give us as well as highlight upcoming events so you don't miss a thing! Join Today
- Upcoming Events | St. Clements Ewell
Upcoming Events Sun, Nov 22 online Pray Service Join us for a short service of prayer, reflection and action on climate justice with friends from around the world. As world leaders should have been gathering in Glasgow for COP26, the crucial UN climate conference that has now been postponed until November 2021. To mark the original date, and to r RSVP Thu, Dec 03 online We are delighted to invite you and your family to join us in our online Advent Service on Thursday 3 December at 7pm. CAFOD Celebrity Ambassador Julie Etchingham (ITV News at 10) and CAFOD celebrity supporter TV Broadcaster Adrian Chiles will be with us, along with Bishop Patrick McKinney, Bishop of Nottingham and CAFOD Trustee who will lead us in prayer and reflection. RSVP Tue, Dec 08 online In our last Divine Renovation webinar of the year, we want to help your parish take stock In our last Divine Renovation webinar of the year, we want to help your parish take stock of where you are on the road to renewal. When driving we need both the rearview mirror and the windscreen. RSVP
- November 27, 2020 | 7:00 PM
- December 8, 2020 | 3:00 PM
- History of the Parish
The paper version has now been digitised and is now available on this website. You can read it by clicking on the About Us top menu and selecting from the drop-down list. I've set the document up - initially - to be read one page at a time; this is to suit smartphone users. Desktop computer users should be able to adjust the document view to show a double spread at a time, if desired. (Change the settings in your browser or PDF viewer). Enjoy.
- Sing something simple . . .
Remember that old radio show hosted by Cliff Adams on the BBC Light Programme? Well here's something (even better) in these lock-down times to sing along to and cheer yourself up. And its by our own St Clements Songsters. Enjoy!
- Meet your new website editor
Dear all, This is a note to introduce myself. I'm the new editor, taking over from Jonathan and son Ciaran. Many thanks to them for their efforts in setting up the site in the first place. And grateful thanks to them also for their continuing support. And of course credit must go to John Farrell for his time looking after the previous parish site (as used by many of us). It'll take me a while to get familiar with the system, but I'm looking forward to being involved with this excellent innovation. Best, John
- Christmas Mass
Because of COVID restrictions set by government, the number of people permitted to attend Holy Mass is strictly limited. Moreover, we are required to keep a record of each person attending so that - in the event of an infection being discovered - we are able to contact others to inform them of the situation and advise self isolation.