Thursday, 15 February 2018

Recital: Music from the Emerald Isle, Sat 17th Feb, 1pm

We're delighted to welcome back Jennifer Bastable (soprano) and Ian de Massini (pianist) back to St Clement's for this Saturday's recital. Jennifer and Ian will bring a programme entitled "Music from the Emerald Isle", showcasing Irish composers with a connection to Cambridge, and musical settings of Irish text and poetry, including a new song-cycle written by Ian!

The recital starts at 1pm, and as ever, entry is free with a retiring collection supporting the costs of the recital series and contributing to our organ restoration fund. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!


Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Ash Wednesday Eucharist: 14th Feb at 7.30pm

Please join us this Wednesday evening as we mark the start of Lent with a Sung Eucharist and the Imposition of Ashes in a reflective, evening service.

For this service we will be welcoming Dr John Rawlinson, Chaplain at Churchill College, to celebrate and preach. Our regular choir will be joined by the singers of Inter Alios, led by Mark Gotham, with music to include Allegri's Miserere mei and Purcell's Remember not, Lord, our offences. Inter Alios sings regularly at The Chapel at Churchill, where St Clement's has been invited to sing on a number of occasions, so it is a pleasure to return the invitation this Ash Wednesday.

We hope you can join us for this service, all are welcome.


Friday, 9 February 2018

The Accorde Choir: Sat 10th Feb at 1pm

Thank you to all who came and supported our opening recital with the St Clement's Players last week! We're excited to welcome The Accorde Choir to our church this week, as they bring a programme of Music on the Theme of Love, ahead of Valentine's Day next week.

Conducted by Andrew Foxley, they will be singing unaccompanied part-songs, gospel choruses and light music in a short recital. The recital begins at 1pm, and entry is free to all, with a retiring collection taken in support of music at St Clement's, and contribution to the Organ Restoration Fund. We hope to see you there!


Friday, 2 February 2018

Candlemas at St Clement's

Join us at St Clement's this weekend as we celebrate the Feast of Candlemas.

Candlemas commemorates the ritual presentation of the 40-day old Jesus in the Temple and the ritual purification of his mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary.  Marking as it does the midpoint between the shortest day and the Spring equinox, it is also traditionally a festival of light when candles are blessed, as we remember the one whom the elderly Simeon in the Temple called 'the Light to lighten the Gentiles'.

Fri 2nd Feb, 7.30pm: Taizé-style Eucharist
Sun 4th Feb, 11am: Sung Eucharist (BCP)
Sun 4th Feb, 5.30pm: Choral Evensong (BCP)


Monday, 29 January 2018

Saturday Lunchtime Recitals start 3rd Feb at 1pm

We are pleased to kick off our first recital series of 2018 with the newly formed St Clement's Players, a chamber orchestra of local musicians and university students, rehearsing and playing at St Clement's. They will be performing a programme of Mozart and Haydn symphonies under the baton of Karol Jaworski, alongside the Sammartini Recorder Concerto, with the talented Cleo Loi as soloist. Full programme available at: https://www.facebook.com/events/393640111075748/.

All are welcome, Saturday 3rd February at 1pm, free entry with a retiring collection. Details of future recitals can be found on our website: http://www.stclementscambridge.org/recitals.html. We hope to see you there!


Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Taizé service: Friday 12th January, 7.30pm

We are looking forward to our first Taizé service of 2018 this Friday 12th January. We will be marking the Baptism of Christ, with prayers, readings and chants and a chance to reflect and remember our own Baptism as Christians. All are welcome, 7.30pm.



Monday, 11 December 2017

A Festival of Lessons and Carols: Sunday 17th December, 5.30pm

Please do join us for this traditional service of Bible lessons, choral music and well-known congregational carols by candlelight. All are welcome, with free entry and a retiring collection. Mince pies and mulled wine will be served after the service, and this year again the singing is led by the combined choirs of St Clement's Cambridge and The Orlando Singers. We hope to see you there!