St Clement's, Sutton on Sea
St. Clement's is the “Church with the wonky tower” located in its extensive Churchyard on the South side of Sutton on the A52.
A regular congregation of 15-20 meets for worship each Sunday at 10.30am. Services are in modern language and are Communion or Morning Worship (led by a Lay Minister). Social distancing is observed and we are making every effort to be "covid-secure".
In normal times, our singing is led by the rather nice two-manual organ or a piano or else we are accompanied by a digibox.
Refreshments are served after most services (in the north transcept)
Sadly Covid-19 mean no singing or refreshments for the moment.
We have a toilet and there is a small car park on Church Lane and other on-street parking is available nearby.
Everyone is most welcome to all our services.We have carefully assessed whether and how to re-open for public worship during the Covid-19 outbreak: you can see the latest draft of our Risk Assessment here (a signed copy is kept in the Church) - note that this document will be reviewed and updated regularly.
For more information about St. Clement's please contact one of the clergy (see the Contacts page) or Churchwardens:
Mr. Martin Collins
There is a well-equipped Church Hall next door which is available for hire (see our Hall page here).
The parish is still occasionally called by its old name, Sutton le Marsh; the even older title, Sutton in Marisco will be found in historical sources.The following map shows the location of the Church and Hall (drag the 'hand' or zoom and pan etc. using the buttons on the map). For a link to a Google® map which offers directions etc., click here.