Facilities and features


Our Building

The church contains several windows from the late 19th and early 20th century including several designed by Charles Eamer Kempe.

The building is open most days from 9.00am

Grade II Listed building designed in 1847 by Benjamin Ferrey and built from Sussex sandstone. The building is in the 13th Century Gothic style. Wall paintings inside are by Charles Eamer Kempe in the Morris manner.

Music and Worship


A Book of Common Prayer communion service takes place once a month on a Sunday morning.

The choir is formed from members of both the St Mary's Slaugham and St Mark's congregation and performs at joint services and festivals throughout the year.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Help for Visitors

The church is open during the daytime from 9.00am

Other Features