Facilities and features


Parking is readily available in the lane outside the church.

There is a car parking space immediately outside the church lych gate.

A defibrillator is located in the church vestry.

There is a level entrance to the church by the South Door.

Services booklets available on our website can be enlarged for ease of reading.

Assistance dogs are welcome to accompany owners to church. Any well behaved dog is welcome to attend church with its owner.

Our Building

St Giles Graffham is listed Grade II. Please see History of Graffham Church for further information about St Giles

We are registered with Eco Church and working to improve environmental friendliness in our parish.

Music and Worship

Ringing practice is on Tuesdays from 7.30 to 9pm and Second Saturday mornings 10 to 12noon. Everyone is welcome to come and ring or learn about ringing. Please contact Revd Vivien for information on 01798 867199

We have been pleased to offer occasional concerts at St Giles.

We are blessed with an excellent organ and the services of a number of organists to play for services.

BCP Evensong at All Saints Chapel on second Sundays of the month at 6pm. BCP Matins alternating with BCP Holy Communion on third Sundays of the month at St Giles Church at 9am.

A small choir occasionally sings for Sunday Services.

Groups, Courses and Activities

We offer 'Pilgrims' a study group at St Giles reflecting on our faith using a number of resources.

We are pleased to offer occasional coffee mornings and Tea Afternoons by invitation of members of the village community. Please see our website and Facebook page for dates and times.

Help for Visitors

Guidebooks on the history of the church and the history of the bells are available on our website.

Our church is normally open in daylight hours.

Other Features

A box is available for donations is now available at the village shop, collected by Petworth Area Churches Together volunteers.

St Giles Graffham is located within the South Downs National Park. Located at the foot of the Downs, it offers many opportunities for reflective walking in woodland and countryside nearby.