William Morris called St Mary and All Saints, Dunsfold "The most beautiful country church in all England". Dunsfold Church is a complete 13th Century building situated in an idyllic rural setting a few minutes’ drive from the village centre and within walking distance of the village pub, ‘The Sun'. It is sited above a tributary of the River Arun with the Holy Well close by, the water being used for Baptisms.
There is a list of Rectors on the North Wall and the first recorded Rector was in 1294. Dunsfold church is reputed to have some of the oldest pews in England as well as a 1,000 year old Yew Tree. A 17'3" x 4' Tapestry ‘Depicting Life in Dunsfold' sewn by 85 parishioners is on the west wall.
The church has a robed choir, a peel of six bells rung from the floor of the Church and has a variety of services using traditional and contemporary language.