There was work underway on the roof when I visited.
The church was built on a site given by the Reverend John Goring in 1890 to replace the iron mission room. The church consists of a chancel, nave, west tower with pyramidal roof and south porch. It was designed by Habershon and Fawkner. The style is 13th century in flint with stone dressings externally and red brick internally.
Here is a view of the nave looking east into the chancel, and one taken from the chancel looking west into the nave.
Here is the east window, the only stained glass in the building. It is by C. E. Kempe and dedicated to the Burrell family.
Here are a couple of final pictures of this well kept building, the first of the organ and the second of the tower.
The church part of St George, West Grinstead parish.
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