Facilities and features


There is a portaloo at the back of the church on the south side.

There are two car parks, the one nearest the church being for the disabled.
The other larger car park is only a few metres away.

The car parks are near the church which is at the bottom of Rectory Lane off the B2135 Steyning Road.

We have two portable ramps.

Hearing (induction) Loop
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Our Building

St. George's is a grade II listed building dating from the 10th and 11th centuries.

Music and Worship

The six bells at St George’s Church were originally made by Mears & Stainbank of the renowned Whitechapel Foundry in London. They were re-cast and re-hung in 1910 by Gillett & Johnstone of Croydon using the same original bells. Tuned in the key of G Sharp, the bells are very bright and tuneful, the lightest being about 2cwt. and the heaviest 8cwt. and having long ropes they are reputed to be ‘difficult to ring‘! Apart from routine maintenance they are still the original bells which says much for the founders’ skill.
Bell ringing itself takes a great deal of practice to become really proficient. Practice takes place at St George’s church on Thursday evenings 8pm until 9pm when we practise for forthcoming services. We try to ring whenever required at weddings, funerals, etc. and are a very dedicated team. However, some of us are getting older, having started fifty or sixty years ago and so we always need and welcome new recruits in order to keep up this ancient art in this beautiful church. So do come and join us.
Contact Graham Beck, Tower Captain on 01403 864723 or Doreen Turner, Tower Correspondent on 01403 711062.

Concerts / Live Music

Our parish church of St. George is a traditional church with Prayer Book Services, whilst our daughter church, St. Michael's in Partridge Green, is for those who prefer Common Worship services.

We have a much envied four-part, sixteen strong choir which sings at the weekly Sunday morning services and sings anthems on a regular basis. We are always pleased to sing at weddings and funerals too. Practices are o n Friday evenings at 7.30pm in the church. Contact Ian Balls, Choirmaster, on 01444 412804 for more details.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Brass Rubbing

Help for Visitors

Guidebooks / Notes

Other Features

Audio-Visual Facilities
Conservation Area
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Out newly refurbished church room is at our other church, St. Michael's and all Angels, two miles to the south in Church Lane, Partridge Green.