Arundel and Brighton

The Diocese of Arundel and Brighton has 140 churches (as of 2005). The cathedral is in Arundel and is dedicated to Our Lady and St Philip Howard. The Diocese of Arundel and was established on 28 May 1965, taking areas that were formerly part of the Archdiocese of Southwark.

Frimley – Our Lady Queen of Heaven

This is not a church of any special architectural interest.  In 1978 the presbytery was built adjacent to the church... Read More

Godalming – St Edmund King and Martyr

This is a fine, if austere, church that makes the most of its prominent position on a hillside overlooking... Read More

Goring-by-Sea – English Martyrs

The interest of the English Martyrs church lies in the decoration of the interior and this is rather of curiosity... Read More

Hailsham – St Wilfrid

Henry Bingham Towner’s churches are mostly of modest pretensions.  St Wilfrid’s is the smallest of the churches... Read More

Haslemere – Our Lady of Lourdes

This is not one of F A Walters’ best churches and, perhaps owing to lack of funds, may not have been finished in the... Read More

Hastings – St Mary Star of the Sea

 St Mary Star of the Sea is a well crafted building of high quality,  probably correctly graded at grade II in the... Read More

Haywards Heath – St Paul

St Paul’s church is impressive but a little bleak.  The scale impresses and the plan is interesting in maximising... Read More

Heron’s Ghyll – St John the Evangelist

A good example of a rural church by Frederick Walters, clearly erected at some cost.  Correctly listed at Grade... Read More

Hersham – All Saints

All Saints, Hersham, has a light and pleasant interior but is not a building of great architectural merit.  As such... Read More

Hollington – The Holy Redeemer

The Holy Redeemer is not a church of any special architectural merit.  The simple 1934 church was typical of its era... Read More

Horley – English Martyrs

The Church of the English Martyrs, Horley, was built at a time when architects such as Justin Alleyn, Tomei and... Read More

Horsham – St John the Evangelist

A late use of the gothic revival and with none of the refinement or personality of earlier churches by Edward Goldie... Read More

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