We are three Anglican churches in the villages of Upper Beeding, Bramber and Botolphs, West Sussex. St Peter’s Church Upper Beeding, St Nicholas in Bramber and St Botolph in the village of Botolphs.
St Peter’s Sele Priory was a monastic community of Benedictine monks, it is now the parish church for Upper Beeding. St Nicholas is the oldest Norman church in Sussex and is part of Bramber Castle. St Botolph’s church is a Saxon church built around 950 AD and can be found on the South Downs Way. St Botolphs is listed as one of the 500 holiest sites in Britain. St Botolphs is now managed by the Churches Conservation Trust and we still worship there throughout the year as well as hold weddings and funerals.
We are a caring and loving community of Christians who welcome anyone to join us in worship and in the journey to deepen our faith together.