This chapel given to the hospital by the Marquess of Bristol and was designed by William Hallett and erected in 1856 in the Renaissance style. The organ is by Morgan and Scott.
Most of the pews have been removed from the chapel which detracts from its appearance but probably makes it a much more useful space for the hospital. The walls are lined with Baroque style walnut panelling which was added in 1910.
Opposite the entrance there is a rather nice stained glass window depicting Christ the Healer.
And above the altar is a very colourful rendition of the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
The chapel is well lit by a roof lantern with clerestory windows.
Many of the monuments in the chapel have been photographed and entered into the monumental inscription database on the Sussex OPC website.
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