Church of England Diocese of Manchester Ordsall and Salford Quays

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

We have disability friendly toilets near church door.

We have a unit to use for baby changing.

There is a very large car park (approx 25 spaces) within the perimeter together with adjacent on-street parking adjacent to the church.

The lighting is automatic sensing.
The hand basins are at a low level allowing access to wheelchair users.
Hand dryers are also at a low level for ease of use.
We have a pull cord alarm system in case of need.

We have a large, easily accessible car park.

We have a defibrillator on site with trained users.

We also have a half loop system around the main body of the church. Also an additional loop system in the integral Community Centre.

All of the service is on powerpoint on main screen but large print for the smaller services.

We welcome any assistance dogs.


Our Building

The building is an Austin and Paley grade 2 listed building.


Music and Worship

The organ is a Father Willis in excellent condition at concert pitch. Unfortunately, we have no organist at the moment.

Our Worship Band lead worship once a month


Groups, Courses and Activities

No youth as yet unfortunately.

On Monday's we have On Your Doorstep. This is a drop in event for all the community 10-12pm.
We have bingo, crafts, etc.

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Health and Heart exercise after On Your Doorstep, (above)

The Greater Together Manchester Night Shelter is just one of the ways in which Greater Together Manchester has been working with churches and other partners to offer hospitality and shelter to rough sleepers.
Sr Clement's has been part of this scheme for 4 years, offering comfortable, safe, overnight accommodation for street homeless from November to February.

We have a MU on Wednesdays once a month 1-3

The Greater Together Manchester Night Shelter is just one of the ways in which Greater Together Manchester has been working with churches and other partners to offer hospitality and shelter to rough sleepers.
Sr Clement's has been part of this scheme for 4 years, offering comfortable, safe, overnight accommodation for street homeless from November to February.

Pilgrim course

Help for Visitors

Guided tours are usually available if someone is around. Phone ahead if you are interested. 0161 872 0800

We have audio headphones if required, otherwise there is always somebody available.

Tea and bIscuits for visitors.


Other Features

We have our own More4Less food centre open on Mon 10-12, Tues 10-12 and Sat. 9.30-11.30
Please come along if you live within the M5 postcode area and wish to join there are no strict formality requirements.

We have audio visual services on screen during services.

The area around the church contains the highest deprivation, particularly concerning income, employment and health when compared with the rest of Salford as well as nationally.
In contrast, part of the parish contains the less deprived areas of Salford Quays and MediaCityUK.

We celebrate Back to Church Sunday every year.

The hall is for hire. Please contact Bob Kearney on 0161 872 0800 for details.

We are an Acts 435 church. Please contact either Bob or Sandra Kearney on 0161 872 0800