- About Us
'Be filled with the spirit, addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with all your heart.' Ephesians 5:19
The aim of our music at St Clement's is to help us engage with God. Our music is contemporary in style and Biblical in substance. We seek to sing a mixture of traditional hymns and modern songs.
Check out this video below of our band playing 'Joy to the World'.
Follow our Sunday Service Playlist on Spotify to keep up to date with what we'll be singing each Sunday. This is a great way for you (and your children) to listen ahead, familiarising yourself with any songs you don’t know, so that your heart is prepared to come and worship Him as you sing.
We are blessed to have some gifted songwriters at church, who have a passion to help others worship God through singing truths about Him.
Henry is the Ministry Associate here at St Clement's. One of his main focuses is music so he often leads worship during our Sunday services.
Henry and his brother, Barnaby, have written an album called 'Grace and Peace'. They were inspired by the New Testament book of Ephesians.
You can follow 'Brothers Music' on Facebook.
Sarah is a singer-songwriter who writes songs that are inspired by her beliefs and experiences in the hope that they'll be useful for someone else! Find out more at www.sarahbeattie.co.uk or catch up with Sarah on Facebook.
Becky's music contains both sighs of lament and songs of celebration - a notion of balance perfectly encapsulated by the beautiful words of Charles Spurgeon, "we have far more joys than troubles, so our songs should exceed our sighs." One of her favourite things to do is to share a little hope and encouragement through story, conversation and song. Find out more at www.beckyhigg.co.uk or catch up with Becky on Twitter or Facebook.
Listen to 'This is Grace'
Tom, who sometimes plays the drums during our Sunday services, wrote a song for Easter.
Listen to 'Jesus Our King' here: