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.

Molesey – St Barnabas

St Barnabas, Molesey, is an attractive church both inside and out.  It stands on a corner site and, in consequence,... Read More

Newhaven – The Sacred Heart

The Sacred Heart is a modest round-arched style building the character of which has been eroded by changes over the... Read More

Northiam – St Teresa of Lisieux

The land for the church was given by local writer and historian Sheila Kaye-Smith who died in 1956 and the church was... Read More

Oxted – All Saints

If All Saints’ Church were still in its original form, as built and designed by James Leonard Williams, it would... Read More

Patcham, Brighton – St Thomas More

An interesting ‘modern’ church building with a pleasant and functional feel.  It would be interesting to know... Read More

Petworth – The Sacred Heart

A good example of a church by F A Walters built to a generous budget.   Church. Built in 1896. Architect F A... Read More

Polegate, Eastbourne – St George

A simple and unexceptional building, though in the local context it is of some merit, being constructed of local flint... Read More

Reigate – The Holy Family

The Holy Family, Reigate, is a worthy but slightly dour building.  The design is old fashioned for its date. ... Read More

Rottingdean – Our Lady of Lourdes, Queen of Peace

One of Henry Bingham Towner’s better churches but nonetheless not special architecturally.  For its time it is very... Read More

Rustington – St Joseph

Not unattractive but of no particular architectural significance.           The church of St Joseph’s is a... Read More

Rye – St Anthony of Padua

An unusual church and very much a self conscious essay in early Lombardic Romanesque.  Complete and little altered.... Read More

Seaford – St Thomas More

An attractive but unremarkable building architecturally, of some townscape merit.                     ... Read More

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