Other churches in Wildbrooks benefice
Wildbrooks benefice in the South Downs National Park
The Wildbrooks benefice consists of four active churches at Amberley, Wiggonholt, Parham and Greatham. The whole benefice is part of the newly created National Park of the South Downs.
The agricultural community that Wiggonholt used to serve are no longer here, the parish consists of a scattering of houses, but the church, which was probably built in the 12th century stands as a quiet, reflective haven of faith for those that appreciate the setting and traditional values found in the Book of Common Prayer. We hold services twice a month and if there is a fifth Sunday in the month we join in fellowship with the other congregations in the benefice.
St Peter's Church, Parham
We hold services twice a month and if there is a fifth Sunday in the month we join in fellowship with the other congregations in the benefice. The church is situated next to Parham House and further details can be seen on their website.
We do not know when the first church was built here in Greatham — we suspect it was around 1100 — and our tiny unrestored building occurred during the so-called Saxo-Norman overlap when Anglo-Saxon architecture was giving way to the Norman style. Further information can be found here.
We hold services twice a month and if there is a fifth Sunday in the month we join in fellowship with the other congregations in the benefice.
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