St Clement's, Ewell

  • 307 Kingston Road
  • Ewell
  • Surrey
  • KT19 0BW

020 8393 5572

More About Us

St Clement's is a well established parish of
the Catholic diocese of
Arundel and Brighton
situated in the deanery of Epsom


Founded in 1937, as a Mass Centre of the neighbouring parish of St Mathias in the Archdiocese of Southwark, St Clements became an independent parish during in 1941.

Serving the Roman Catholic community, we have grown in size and outlook, opening our present building in 1962. Shortly after  the new Catholic diocese of Arundel and Brighton was formed (1965) comprising the counties of Surrey, East and West Sussex. St Clements being in Surrey took its place in the new diocese.  The community continued to develop and the church was extended and reordered in 2003

We belong to Churches Together in Ewell and Stoneleigh
are a Fairtrade Church and support Overseas Development through CAFOD


Our next challenge is to be found in  "Vision for Mission looking to 2030" a diocesan consultation document addressing the balance between available pastors and  the increased number of parishes

Details of the Diocesan Pastoral Plan
"The Word who is Life"  December 2018
can be found on our web page

Our overall aims are summarised in 

St Clement's Vision Statement

As a parish community we aim to obey, with all our fellow Christians, the Lord's command to love our Creator and all people.

Inspired by this love and through prayer and the Sacraments we aim to grow in our understanding of our Christian responsibilities in our lives. 

We commit ourselves, working together, to build a welcoming community in which everyone will be recognised and to which all will contribute, according to their call from God, in whatever way they are able

 We will strive to be sensitive and respond to the needs of all.

We pray that all our liturgy will be a celebration of our witness to Jesus Christ as Lord, the Light of the World.