Please join us for worship on Sundays at 10 AM. We still require attendees to wear masks throughout the service. Scroll down for more information, and enjoy our videos: Children’s Chapel, the weekly announcements, and portions of recent worship services.

announcements

The Rev. Bruce D. O’Neill gives the week’s announcements. The new Diocesan COVID guidelines he mentions can be seen (as a PDF download) HERE.

September 25 Morning Prayer

An excerpt from our Morning Prayer service for the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, September 25. The Rev. Bruce O’Neill preaching, Bryan Dunnewald playing the organ.

September 18 Sermon

Seminarian Jenny Darrah preaches

Rally Day Holy Eucharist

Video of the full service on August 21: The Blessing of the Backpacks for young people returning to school, and the Rev. W. Mark Richardson preaching

May 22 Youth Sunday

Youth Sunday
An excerpt of the Morning Prayer service at St. Clement’s on May 22, with young people assisting in the service and a special blessing for all the children and youth of the parish

Bishop’s Visit April 24

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Marc Handley Andrus preaching and presiding.

worship services Sundays 10 AM

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

For those who are worshiping with us from home, we record a portion of the service and make the video available mid-week. See above for one hymn, the Gospel reading, and the sermon from last Sunday’s service.

children’s chapel

Mustard Seed Faith: Children’s Chapel for October 2, with Children, Youth and Family Minister Amy Avery

Rise Against Hunger October 8

Get ready to participate in our Rise Against Hunger food packaging event scheduled for Saturday morning, October 8! Perfect for everyone and especially families, our 8th annual food packaging event promises to be the perfect opportunity to get back together again.

Gathering time is between 9:00 and 9:30, with the event beginning at 10:00 and lasting until around 11:30. The event will be held in Palache Hall, with refreshments being served. We are asking that attendees wear masks and have their COVID vaccinations current.

Since 1998, Rise Against Hunger has coordinated the distribution of food and other lifesaving aid to children and families in countries all over the world. In 2021, Rise Against Hunger packaged 17 million meals, engaged 85,300 volunteers, and impacted the lives of 2.7 million people in 29 countries.

We hope you can participate – the most fun you will have wearing a hair net and gloves!

Click the button below to sign up:

Palm Sunday

The Gospel reading, one hymn, and sermon by the Rev. Bruce O’Neill

Good Friday

Easter Sunday

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.