To be a member of a church is to make a public promise to live according to God’s Word, the Bible, and to support the work of the congregation. To be a member of a church community means serving, loving and caring for others. At St Clement’s we aim to be a church not for ourselves but for others.

To become a member at St Clement’s Church a person must be over 16, be baptised, believe the Christian faith (as laid down in the Apostles Creed, the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer), believe that the Bible is the Word of God, be in agreement with the vision and values of St Clement’s Church and regularly attend Sunday services. Download a membership form here.


Baptism is a sign and seal of being united to Jesus Christ and being part of his church family.

Infant Baptism and Thanksgivings

St Clement’s baptise children of church members. Please read what we believe on infant baptism and thanksgivings.

Baptism Policy

Older Children and Adult Baptism

St Clement’s will baptise older children and adults after they have made a profession of faith. If you have never been baptised before and would like to be, please contact the church office.