Michael Spell is our Sunday School Director.  Sunday School begins at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday and ends at 10:45 a.m.  Clement has fifteen Sunday School classes to provide a place for everyone to study the Word of God.  The Bible is our main text book for Sunday School and to aid in its study, the Family bible Series Sunday School material of the SBC is used.
Clement Baptist offers the opportunity for anyone that would like to participate in the music ministry of the church.  The adult choir is led by Mrs. Lorraine Bullard and Mrs.  Susan Williams.  The younger children of the church are led by Mrs.  Jennifer Matthews.  Both choir groups provide special music during worship service.  
Penny Vitone leads the evangelism ministry at  Clement Baptist.  Under her leadership, there is an organized outreach and inreach visitation program.  Through this ministry it is the goal of Clement to share the Gospel with every person in our church community.  A church prospect file is maintained and “Jesus” videos are used to spread the Gospel.  A ten minute video about the church is in the process of being made to be used as a ministry tool.
There are twelve deacons that serve Clement baptist Church at all times.  Each deacon has about twelve families for whom they are responsible.  The deacons are asked to visit in the home of each of their families at least once a year send appropriate cards, visit in the hospital, and pray for each of their assigned families.
The Youth Ministry is under the direction of Tommy Vitone.  Youth meet on the 2nd Sunday of every month at 6pm and every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month.  The Youth Mission is to reach out to 7th-12th grade students providing a place of fellowship and growth where we can connect with God, each other and the community.
The College Ministry is under the direction of Barbara Cameron and Joyce Matthews.  Every college student is contacted weekly by the church.  Special events are planned throughout the year to minister and meet the needs of our college students.
Rev. David Miller was a former pastor of Clement Baptist Church.  In honor him and his wife, a scholarship fund was established to provide assistance to members of Clement who are attending institutions of higher learning.  There is a committee set up that administers this scholarship ministry.
Clement Baptist Church has joined nine other Southern Baptist  churches in the area to begin a Southern Baptist Spanish Mission in the Clement community.Rev. Jose’ Tappia has been called as the pastor of this mission and is doing a great job ministering to the Spanish-speaking members of our community.  Through this ministry, the spiritual and physical needs of Spanish-speaking people in our area are being met.
Clement Baptist Church has a Benevolence Committee that seeks to meet the needs of the church and community.
The Women’s Missionary Union is led by Beth Matthews.  There are three circle groups that make up the WMU of Clement.  These ladies give sunshine baskets to those who are sick and in the hospital.  They also serve a meal to any family in the community who is bereaved.  The WMU has an orgnized prayer chain that can be activated with a telephone call.  Each month they have a mission project that have included ministries such as:  The Rape Crisis Center of Fayetteville, Fayetteville Urban Ministry, New South River Baptist Association Toy Store, Mingo Baptist Spanish Mission, Royal Home of Salemburg, Operation Blessing, American Red Cross, Food Bank of Fayetteville, Bible Club of Midway High School, Care Bears for Cumberland and Sampson County  Sheriff’s Departments, Salvation Army of Fayetteville, the New South River Baptist Association Beatitude Houses of Spring Lake and Roseboro, Samaritan’s Purse, Gideon’s of Sampson County, and the Transworld Radio Network.
Christ Calls Every Christian to be a Missionary. This doesn't mean we have to travel to another country. We can be missionaries in our own community. At Clement Baptist Church our Brotherhood is always seeking opportunities to use our God-given gifts and talents to be useful to help others. Baptist Men's volunteerism program connects people with missions opportunities suited just for them. 
Join us at Clement the second  Sunday night each month for our Brotherhood meeting which begins at 7:00p.m. We have a mission related program each month. We also meet for a Brotherhood breakfast in the church fellowship hall the fourth Sunday each month at 7:30a.m.
Our Brotherhood Director Oscar Davis and the Clement Men’s Ministry invite you to come and join us for Christian Fellowship!
Clement Baptist Church gives  5% of total income to the New South River Baptist Association and 6% of total income to the Cooperative Program of the Southern Baptist Convention.  In addition to this all Week of Prayers and Special Offerings collected by the Southern Baptist Convention are observed at Clement.  Some of them included are:  North American Missions Offering (Annie Armstron Offering), International Missions Offering (Lottie Moon Offering), North Carolina Baptist Hospital Offering, North Carolina Missions Offering, and the North Carolina Baptist Retirement Home Offering.

Every time the church gathers, time is is spent in prayer.  During this time our world, nation, state, and county is lifted to the Lord in prayer.  Time is also spent remembering the needs of those in our Fellowship as well as the needs of others.  God is always thanked and praised for who He is and what He is doing in our life and world.  Our Southern Baptist Missionaries and the unsaved are always prayed for.   We ask that you join us by checking our prayer list link frequently and including those mentioned in your prayers.