News & Events


Our News and Events page is updated every other month with articles from our bi-monthly parish magazine, "Viewpoint". 

  The complete magazines for  December 2018 and January/February 2019 may be viewed by clicking on the links here:

         January/February 2019  March/April 2019

(NB you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your PC to open these files)



Community Events:

Everyone is warmly welcome to join us in the church hall for the community events listed below and funded by donations on the day.

March 17th at 12.15pm:

A Lenten Meal - come and try our delicious vegetarian and gluten free soup and main dishes

April 21st (Easter Day) at 4.00 pm:

A celebration tea followed by Songs of Praise for Easter at 5.30pm

May 19th - Tea in the hall at 4.00pm

June 16th - Tea in the hall at 4.00pm

Our popular Coffee mornings will continue on the first and third Wednesday mornings each month (March 6th & 20th; April 3rd & 17th) between 10.30am and noon - everyone is welcome... Lynn’s homemade cakes are legendary!!

Poole Light Orchestra concert

On Tuesday, 26th March, at 7:30pm in St Clement’s Church, the Poole Light Orchestra will be presenting another of their popular concerts of light classical music. Entry is free and refreshments will be provided in the interval.



On Tuesday 28th May we will be leaving St. Clement’s Church at 9.45am for a trip to Sherborne Abbey, DorsetSherborne Abbey.

There will be a service of Holy Communion in the Abbey with Bishop Karen, followed by a Carvery Lunch before returning home.

If you are interested in joining this coach trip please contact the church office on 01202 733390 at your earliest convenience. Final details will be given nearer the time.


Praying Together in Lent 2019

The booklets, which provide daily Bible readings, thoughts for the day and actions from writers from across the Diocese, also include material that allow you to incorporate the devotions into a service.

This is the third year this popular Lenten resource has been available and as in previous years the material will be available in three formats: as a booklet, on the Diocesan website from where it can also be downloaded and printed, or via an app for phone or tablet.

Bishop Karen, who compiled the booklet along with Canon Tom Clammer, the former Precentor at the Cathedral, said:

“I pray that ‘Praying Together’ will be a valuable resource for you. It is a gift from your Bishops, and gifts are to be given away - so please make sure all your church's copies are used.”

The booklets are available from church or the office now.