St Clement and St James – two churches in an extraordinarily diverse parish. The south of the parish is one of the richest parts of the city, while one of the poorest places in Britain is only a few minutes walk away to the north.
We are currently in a period of ‘Interregnum’, with our long-serving clergy team moving on while we await the arrival of permanent replacements. Our church wardens and PCC aim to make the transition to a new team as smooth as possible. Meanwhile our services will continue as normal and disruption will be minimal.
Our congregation is drawn from many backgrounds. We are an inclusive church and welcome everyone regardless of age, gender, sexuality, race, income or nationality. Do come and join us.
We have a long tradition of community action. We have a strong relationship with our church school.
Our sister charity, The ClementJames Centre
offers a huge range of educational, literacy and support programmes. Grenfell Tower stands in the parish, and St Clement
had an important role in the relief operation. It is now part of the continuing effort to bring healing and reconciliation to North Kensington.
At St James, we run a Summer Speaker programme and an annual fete.
We offer acts of worship that are reverent and sacramental, but not stuffy. They will uplift and strengthen you for the week ahead.
The Rev'd Prebendary Dr Alan Everett