Called to Serve One Another
Saturday, April 27, 2019

Join us for the 14th annual Clement Service Day on Saturday, April 27! Teams of adult and teenage parishioners (6th grade and older) will participate in a variety of service projects at social service agencies and organizations in need throughout the city, such as cleaning, painting, gardening and more. Children in grades K-5 will complete age-appropriate service projects at the school while their parents serve off-site. We regret that we do not have suitable activities to accommodate children younger than Kindergarten age.
Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent also taking part in the day.
Service Day is a great way to share our time and talent, learn more about organizations and the communities they serve, and make new friends. Join the 400+ parishioners who participate each year!


The registration deadline for Service Day has passed. However, there may still be an opportunity to take part in this great day. 

Schedule for Service Day 4/27

  • 10:30 a.m.:  Team Captain Check-in on Church Plaza
  • 11:00 a.m.:  Volunteer Check-in on Church Plaza
                      Children Check-in at the School (Cafeteria)
  • 11:30 a.m.:  Prayer Service
  • 11:45 a.m.:  Teams Depart for Sites
  • 12:30 p.m.:  Teams Complete Projects at Sites
  • 4:00 p.m.:    Team Reflection
  • 4:30 p.m.:    Teams Return to Saint Clement
                      Children Picked-up from the School
  • 5:00 p.m.:    Mass at Saint Clement
  • 6:00 p.m.:    Celebration Dinner in Centennial Hall

The schedule reveals some important elements of Clement Service Day, namely, the breaks for spiritual reflection and collective prayer in the beginning, middle and end of the day, which emphasize the importance of making service to others a regular habit for parishioners.

We encourage families to participate in this program. The day’s structure makes service accessible to children. Parents serve off-site while children in grades K-5 complete supervised, age-appropriate service projects with their peers at the school. 6th graders through high school serve off-site alongside their parent(s). Encourage your friends and your children's friends to take part, and the impact will be even greater.

Your child must be dropped off no later than 11:00 a.m. at the school and picked up between 4:30-4:45 p.m. Children must be of Kindergarten age or older to participate, and any child who participates must also have a parent participating in Clement Service Day. We regret that we do not have suitable activities to accommodate children younger than Kindergarten age.

Please note that there are a few other forms to complete that ensure the safety of your child in the event of an injury, and that no child will be released without a signed dismissal form at the end of Clement Service Day. You must fill out the emergency authorization form ahead of time or you will not be allowed to participate on Service Day.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Team captains will have their list of members the week before Service Day. Your team captain will contact you to let you know where you're assigned and give you all pertinent information. If a team captain hasn’t contacted you by Thursday, April 25, emaiil Barbara.


Please consider donating the following items for this year's Service Day. A team of parishioners will sort clothing in the Chapel, and children at the school will be putting together hygiene kits for the homeless. Please drop off items by Friday, April 26.

  1. Clothing Drive: Needed items include clothing for men, women (regular and maternity), and children/newborns in good condition. If possible, please bag them according to type of receiver. Donations will benefit 6 social service agencies throughout the city.
  2. Hygiene Products: Needed items include unused travel or sample-sized hygiene products such as shampoo, conditioner, comb/small brush, hand lotion, lip balm, toothbrush, toothpaste, mouthwash, deodorant, small bar of soap, disposable razor & shave cream, washcloth, and pre-moistened towelettes. Hygiene kits for the homeless will benefit the Night Ministry. The Night Ministry provides basic and self-care supplies, free healthcare, housing and supportive services, referrals and more to Chicago's vulnerable youth and adults. Kits are distributed from the Health Outreach Bus, on the street by the Youth Outreach Team, and from their Open Door Youth Shelters.

Please drop-off donations at Mass, in the boxes in the vestibule of the church, or during parish office hours.

Questions? Email Barbara Silva.