Worship Services, at home and at church

announcements

The season of Advent is almost here! The Rev. Bruce O’Neill delivers this week’s announcements, along with a Thanksgiving prayer.

November 21 holy eucharist

Holy Eucharist for Christ the King Sunday
Seminarian Andrew Schule preaching, Youth Choir and Adult Choir singing

Click to download the bulletin:

worship services back indoors

We are back inside the church! Join us. We continue to film the services and post them here on this page, for those who are worshiping with us from home.

We require vaccination against COVID-19 for everyone age 12 and over who attends in person.

Email a photo of your vaccine card or a screenshot of your California Digital Vaccine Record QR code to the office beforehand (stclements@stclementsberkeley.org) or bring it to show at the door.

You only need to show proof of vaccination the first time you come, not every Sunday.

2837 Claremont Blvd. in Berkeley, between Russell and Avalon.

online worship

We record the service and make the video available later on Sunday. See above for last Sunday’s service.

children’s chapel

The First Sunday of Advent: Children’s Chapel for November 28, with Children, Youth and Family Minister Amy Avery

Stewardship Messages


We are a multi-generational, inclusive Christian community that has served as a spiritual home for people of faith for over one hundred years. St. Clement’s is located at the corner of Claremont Boulevard and Russell Street in Berkeley, California. The church is just below the iconic Claremont Hotel, and is about one mile south of the main campus of the University of California at Berkeley.

St. Clement’s is an Episcopal Church and is a member of the Episcopal Diocese of California. We are blessed to represent The Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement and are proud to include members of all races, sexual orientations, gender identities, and previous faith backgrounds.

We are located at:
2837 Claremont Boulevard
Berkeley, California 94705

Contact us at stclements@stclementsberkeley.org, or leave a message at (510) 843-2678.