St John the Baptist, Findon
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The church of St John the Baptist, Findon, founded in the 11th Century, is set apart from the village. It can be found just off the A24 - south of the Findon roundabout - next to Findon Place at the foot of Church Hill. It’s of a good size and its mixture of new pews and chairs can easily accommodate a couple of hundred people. Recent fundraising has enabled a kitchenette and toilet to be built, providing much-needed modern facilities. Services are: First Sunday of month 8.00am Eucharist (and 10.00am Family Service in Findon Village Hall); Second Sunday 9.30am Sung Eucharist; Third Sunday 8.00am Eucharist & 9.30am Family Communion; Fourth Sunday 9.30am Sung Eucharist. On Fifth Sundays the Sung Eucharist is taken in turns by Findon Church at 9.30am, or Clapham & Patching churches at 10.00am. There is also a 10.00am Eucharist every Tuesday morning at 10.00am. And the church is open on Wednesdays for Quiet Prayer from 10.30-12.00.
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