This large church, described as 'a modern building' in Black's 1861 Guide, was built on the site of an earlier church and on the edge of a steep hill. The building is constructed of flint with brick and is by the Brighton builder-architect George Cheesman.
The interior has a heavily timbered roof, a small chancel and large side galleries. The western gallery was removed in the early 1970's.
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