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Marriage

We welcome couples who wish to be married in the Church of England. In order to be married at St Clement’s or St James’s, or any Anglican church, you must meet certain qualifying connections.

To begin the process, please contact the Parish Office on 020 7221 3548. Once a time and date for the marriage are provisionally agreed, the Vicar or another priest will arrange to meet you at your home. At this meeting, we will discuss a range of issues, and at further meetings we will agree the details of the service.

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    March 6th, 2018

      A new data protection regulation law comes into effect on 25 May.  It’s called General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR for short. It means that we need your ‘opt-in’ consent to contact you in the future, for newsletters, events and fundraising matters. Later in the month, a Consent Form will be emailed to everyone on our parish database and […]

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  • Lent Appeal for Iraqi Christians in Need

    March 1st, 2018

      Dear Friends, Once again we are supporting Iraqi Christians in Need (ICIN) as our Lent appeal. In 2017 we raised roughly £12,500 in private donations – which was a fantastic result. Once again, a generous donor has already offered £6,000 plus gift aid in matched funding. This means that every gift aided £100 we give […]

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  • Fr Alan Honorary Appointment

    February 20th, 2018

      At Evensong on Sunday 3 June (3.15 pm), Fr Alan will be installed by Bishop Sarah as a Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral. He won’t be leaving the Parish! Please let the Parish office know if you would like priority seating under the dome. Hopefully there will be a big parish presence.

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  • Annual Meeting 2018 election results

    January 22nd, 2018

    The following appointments were made at this year’s Annual Meeting: Churchwardens (one year) Mark Cazalet, Tim Lee, Frederica Venn PCC (three years) Rick Brown, Rachel Carr, Michelle Harris PCC (one year) Cynthia Edun. Many thanks to them all for standing, and to Laura Radley and St John Donald for all they have contributed to the […]

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