St Mary's is a Grade 1 listed building which has served over 900 years of Christian worship. There is evidence of mediaeval wall paintings and post-Reformation texts in the nave and the pre-Reformation altar slab lies broken below the present high altar.
St Mary’s is the largest of our three churches and is a popular church for weddings.
Barnham Church was recorded in 1086 in the Domesday Book. It is a Grade 1 listed building.
There is a flourishing worship life attracting people of all ages who come for the high catholic ceremonial.
In 2008 a weekly Roman Catholic Mass started following the closure of their chapel in the village and this service is held in the church on Monday mornings.
St George’s Church is a grade 1 listed building and is situated in a farmyard with views across the fields.
Frequently the church is filled to capacity, not only on special occasions, but at regular services too.
There is a flourishing Sunday School and there are a large number of young families attending. St George’s, like all of our churches, is growing!