St. Clement's Episcopal Church

Embracing Everyone in the Love of Jesus Christ Canton, GA
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
St. Clement's Episcopal Church

Who We Are

As a loving and caring community of Christ, St. Clement's welcomes all persons to worship with us and to become part of our growing family of faith! Our parish offers ample opportunity for spiritual growth and service and for nurturing the growth of others by exercising the gifts of ministry that God has abundantly given us!
Located in beautiful Cherokee County, St. Clement's is an active congregation of approximately 150 households, drawn from Canton, Woodstock, Acworth and a number of surrounding areas.
The first Episcopal Church in Cherokee County in modern times, St. Clement's was founded as an Episcopal Mission in Canton in 1974 by a group of twenty dedicated individuals.
Now almost 40 years young, we are a thriving congregation. We have a beautiful growing home on Ridge Road and are ex-cited to know you!

About Us

Vibe
Young families, Traditional Liturgy, Friendly, Old-school, Spirit-filled

Programs
Community Service, Faith and Work, Addiction/Recovery, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Choir, Nursery, Adult Education, Food Pantry

Music
Traditional Hymns, Praise and Worship

Denomination
Episcopal

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1974

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
2795 Ridge Road
Canton, GA 30114

Phone
770/345-6722

Website

Directions
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Leadership View all

Fr. Jamie Stutler

Fr. Jamie Stutler

Father Jamie began his ministry at St. Clement's in January 2004. Prior to that time he served churches in the diocese of South Carolina where he was ordained to the priesthood. Before entering seminary in 1996 at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, he practiced both private and poverty law in South Carolina. Today he serves on the diocesan Stewardship Commission, Ecclesiastical Trial Court, the diocesan Executive Board and with the Atlanta Area Cursillo Community. Father Jamie has two daughters, Emily and Susanna.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • I love how even as our church has grown, our church still feels like a family. I love our 9:00 Contemporary service. We have praise music with videos playing on the screen - that music really lifts my spirit! And when I want something more traditional, like the services I grew up with, I can choose to attend our 11:00 service.
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