Horne, St Mary the Virgin, Horne
- About Us
- Find Us
- Contact Us
- Services and Events
- Features and Facilities
- More Info
A parish within the united benefice of Burstow with Horne.
The earliest surviving part of the church is the south door dating from 1250. The church has since been altered on a number of occasions to create the home of a lively and welcoming Christian community.
There is a 14th century oak screen, 15th century chancel beams, and an interesting monument to John Goodwine and his wife dating from 1611 but overall the church was substantially restored in 1880.
Coffee is normally served after 10:00 and before 11:00 services.
Parking during services is in The Old School opposite.
Choir and Bell Ringing Practices are usually on Monday evenings but check beforehand as they are not held every week.
We can't display parish boundaries at the moment. We'll put them back as soon as possible.
You are seeing this message instead because your browser has not loaded the program code to produce the map.
This could be for a variety of reasons, including:
- Special Events
- Christmas Services
- Regular Services
Find more Christmas and Carol Services at www.christmasnearyou.com.
The current editor is: Dave Wright