Church membership is an important part of life here at St Clement's. Find out more about what it involves below.
What is church membership?
To be a member of a church is to make a promise to live according to the Bible and to support the work of the congregation. In the Bible, this is called a covenant. Every Christian is part of the church as an organism (the spiritual body of Christ) but only through a covenant can someone be part of the church as an organisation.
At St Clement’s, we seek to be a community not for ourselves but for others. To become a member therefore means becoming a provider of God’s love and care for others.
How do I become a church member?
If you would like to become a member of St Clement's, please read and complete the membership form below, taking special notice of the declarations listed and ensuring you agree. You will then be enrolled onto the Church Electoral Roll of the Parish of St Clement’s Higher Openshaw.
Please note: you must have attended St Clement's for six months prior to your church membership application. If you have any queries, please contact the Church Office.