This church is now shared by the Anglican and Methodist communities in Newhaven - a great example of Christians working together.
The church is set up high from the road, and getting a good photo was tricky, especially in the dull January light but was locked - so no internal photographs.
The present nave dates from 1854.
The apsidal chancel and the tower, which is between the chancel and nave, show a French influence. They are 12th century and are of a type which is more common in Normandy than England, although there are a few Sussex examples. There is more decoration, such as the fine corbel work under the spire, than is usual in Sussex village churches.
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