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.

Hove – St Peter

A startling building in its re-creation of an Early Christian basilica; the campanile forms a notable marker in the... Read More

Hove – The Sacred Heart

As the list description says a ‘ a good quality late-C19 catholic church’.  The interior is well preserved with... Read More

Hurst Green, East Sussex – Our Lady Help of Christians

Francis Pollen was an architect of intelligence and ingenuity who stood outside the mainstream of. Modern... Read More

Keymer – St Edward the Confessor

The church building is of no architectural distinction, although it provides a pleasant and light interior.  It was... Read More

Lancing – The Holy Family

Holy Trinity is a simple unexceptional design, attractive in its simplicity and clean lines.  It is perhaps somewhat... Read More

Leatherhead – Our Lady and St Peter

Our Lady and St Peter, Leatherhead, is both a fine building and exceptionally well endowed with stained glass,... Read More

Lewes – St Pancras

A late and conventional use of the gothic revival. According to the compiler of the F A Walter’s Biographical File... Read More

Little Common, Bexhill-on-Sea – St Martha

St Martha’s is an attractive building, if a little dour internally, with a distinctive west end that is a landmark... Read More

Littlehampton – St Catherine

The church occupies an unusual position, effectively part of an open space between two streets.  It has good... Read More

Mayfield – St Thomas of Canterbury

Bingham Towner’s churches are generally simple and well crafted though lacking originality.  The quality of... Read More

Midhurst – The Divine Motherhood and St Francis of Assisi

A highly original post-war church in Midhurst, West Sussex that makes best use of its site. A good example of high... Read More

Milford, Godalming – St Joseph

A decent building, appreciated by its congregation, but not one of any great architectural merit. The church was... Read More

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