Welcome to St Denys' Church.
Founded 792AD. Present Church built from 1060.
This glorious village church is a symbol of the sturdy men of Sussex who built it long ago. The whole pageant of English history for 1200 years is bound up with this church; the forest men, the Norman soldiers, the hunted fugitives, peasants and farmers, the iron workers and the service men and women who prayed in this church in the dark days of two world wars. It now gives our people comfort, joy, fellowship and purpose in their lives.
The church you see is not a relic of a dead past, it is a meeting place of the people of the living present who come to worship God as their ancestors have done for 1200 years.
The interior lighting to the church has recently been upgraded as of January 2009 and now also the external floodlights to the building and tower.