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An 11th century listed building in a beautiful rural setting on the banks of the River Adur. It is a lovely old church and a refuge from modern day stress and clamour, yet a living church with an active congregation worshipping weekly together in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). It has an eighteen-strong four-part choir and a pipe organ. Services are at 8am, 11am and an Evensong on the fourth Sunday of the month at 4pm in the winter and 6pm in the summer. A very warm welcome awaits you after the 11 o'clock service over refreshments at the back of the church. (see Services and Events for precise times and regularity of the different Sunday services).
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