The church stands between the A23 Brighton Road and the River Mole and has 14th-century origins. Before the Reformation it was dedicated to St Mary the Virgin. The present appearance is attributable to Arthur Blomfield's restoration (called an "obliteration" by Ian Nairn) in 1881. The north doorway and north arcade retain their 14th-century appearances, though.
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