Outreach  (updated 8/27/19)


As part of our "Giving Hands", we support agencies within our community. Our neighboring elementary school, the local food banks, as well as participating in the Crop Walk every October and visiting and supporting the inmates with the Prison Ministry. 
Clemmons Food Pantry - UPDATE 9/8/21
The pantry is no longer able to accept used plastic grocery bags. If you wish to purchase a box of new bags that would be appreciated. 
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas meal supplies (no glass jars, please)


Any and all donations are needed and appreciated. No glass jars, please. And please make certain any donated items are in date.

Thank you, your support is greatly appreciated!

If you wish to donate money instead of food, donations can be made online through PayPal at http://clemmonsfoodpantry.org/  or by check.  The Pantry serves over 600 families each month on average.  Eighty-one cents of every dollar donated is used to purchase groceries from Second Harvest Food Bank or local grocers; the remaining funds pay for rent, utilities, etc
* $18 helps feed a family of two for 1 week
* $36 helps feed a family of two for 2 weeks
* $72 helps feed a family of three for 2 weeks
* $144 helps feed a family of four for 1 month. 

A Storehouse for Jesus
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas meal supplies

Snacks for Morgan Elementary
“Snacks for Morgan” provides snacks to students who would typically go with during snack time. Donations of healthy snacks will be collected on a regular basis during the school year.  Some suggestions for healthy snacks might be; individually packaged Sun Chips, Gold Fish, Fruit cups, dried fruit or raisins. Due to allergies, no peanuts or peanut butter. Drop your donations off in the bin drawer marked “Snacks for Morgan” located under the narthex counter. Thank you!


Sunday, October 17, 2021
Corpening Plaza: 231 1st St W 

Sign In Time:  1:30 p.m.  /  Walk Time: 2:30 p.m.

Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministry

Jail Training

Serving both the Forsyth County Detention Center (downtown jail), as well as the Forsyth Correctional Center (a minimum security state facility known as ‘the Cherry Street prison’).

*Currently suspended due to Covid....

St. Clement’s provides an afternoon worship service at different times throughout the year at the Forsyth County Jail.  A brief afternoon training session is required to participate in this ministry.  Any questions regarding the training session or inquiries regarding the need for training renewals can be directed to Deacon Mark Davidson mashmajo@msn.com or (336) 671-9223.  All are welcomed and encouraged to participate.

St. Clement's Episcopal Church

Clemmons, NC