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St Clement’s Church, Outwell is located on the banks of the Welle Creek at the centre of this Fenland village. It has many important historic features, including 12 unique carvings in the roof of the nave which have excited historians since their recent “rediscovery” three years ago.
The church is also on the Angel Trail of Norfolk churches with significant angel carvings.
Weekly services are held at St Clement’s at 11am, with its sister church of St Peter’s, Upwell holding its service at 9:30am each week.
There is also a thriving Coffee Shop offering varied refreshments and light lunches every Tuesday from 10am until 3pm, which has become a popular meeting place for both local people and visitors alike, while bringing in vital church funds.
Renovation work part-funded by a Heritage Lottery Fund grant is currently underway to ensure this magnificent building at the heart of a bustling village on the edge of Norfolk can be seen at its best.
Latest News Sheet from St Clements
Sunday 3rd September 2017
Welcome to our 11am Communion Service.
We continue to pray for Joan, Gillian, Mary and their families and all who care for them.
The Coffee Shop is open on Tuesday 10am - 3pm where you can enjoy a light lunch or just a snack and coffee and meet up with friends. At 2pm the History Group will meet.
Dates for your diary, Harvest Lunch Sunday 22nd October. Book Launch 20th October, organised by The Friends, for details speak to Kate Jackson or Margaret Lake at the Coffee Shop.
Thanks to all who give to the Food Bank trolley.
September Services all at 11am
3rd Communion Service
10th Communion Service
17th Service of the Word
24th Communion Service
10th September Harvest Service at the Boat Basin at 3pm followed by Bring and Share Tea at St Andrew’s organised by Welle Churches Together
You can find a copy of St Clements Weekly on the Church of England website "A Church Near You" at http://acny.org.uk/2838
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