Church of England Diocese of Chichester Nuthurst

About Us

Our church remains closed.

We welcome everyone to worship with us, those who have found Christ and those who are still uncertain. If you wonder what goes on in a church or are just curious, why not come along and see for yourself. 

                                                     Looking forward to seeing you.

                                           Sunday service weekly at St Andrew’s 

                                            Rev Chris Sutton our interim priest officiating

                            Our main service with organ and choir and plenty of hymns

                                           followed by coffee and fellowship                                                    

                                     Children welcome, there is a play area for little ones

                  Eucharist BCP at the Church of the Good Shepherd 8-30 am Sunday

                                     A short communion service without music.


                                           A  traditional, quiet service in our lovely small chapel

                                             followed by coffee croissants and fellowship

                                    Family service ( non Eucharist)  once a month at St Andrew's



                           Informal service at Church of the Good Shepherd Mannings Heath






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   The setting of the church is beautiful and peaceful. It is in a broad area of churchyard entered via a lych gate which houses the war memorial. It has a graceful oak shingle steeple and is uncluttered by any surrounding buildings. The roof consists of large heavy slabs of the local Horsham stone.

There is evidence of a church at Nuthurst in the 12th century. By 1207 a parish had been created, which was later transferred to the Bishop of London who remains the Patron,

The church was listed Grade II in 1959.