Facilities and features
At the back of the church, through the middle glass doors.
Level access to the main church, and through to the spacious toilet at the middle of the back of the church.
Level access from the street and car park into the church.
Grade II listed : 1890-1 by Sir Arthur W. Blomfield. 1908-9 South aisle by Sir Arthur Blomfield and Sons.
The church is built in a variety of later medieval styles.
Music and Worship
Groups, Courses and Activities
Bexhill Homelessness Unity Group (HUG) run a Safe Space at St Barnabas on Monday and Thursday mornings. They can provide clothing, bedding and advice, and work with other agencies to provide accomodation.
Showers and cloths-washing facilities.
Pre-COVID, cooked breakfasts were supplied. During lockdowns and restrictions, a reduced food service is offered.
Help for Visitors
Lower hall is available for hire for regular groups and one-off activities. (Sadly, access is not disabled-friendly.)
The main Nave, South Aisle and Kitchen/Cafe room are also available for hire.
The church has a good acoustic, and can accommodate up to 400 people in total for choral concerts, slightly less for orchestral concerts..