Sing out sister concert – 2019

The Friends of Steyning Parish Church


Click here to read more about this major church project which completely replaced the church lighting and electrical systems at Steyning Parish Church, to which the Friends contributed £35,000.


We are very lucky that we have such a fine example of Norman church building in our town. We want to keep our beautiful parish church safe for future generations and help as many people as possible to enjoy its history and take in its atmosphere. You don’t need to be a churchgoer to join the Friends. You may have been baptised or married at the church, your children may have sung in carol services with the school, you may be interested in its history, or you may just enjoy the peace and quiet under its historic arches.

If you value the church do join the Friends and bring along your enthusiasm and ideas. It’s free and everyone is welcome!

  • We raise funds to repair the building and improve its facilities.
  • We run educational and community events that encourage everyone in Steyning to use and enjoy this unique building.
  • We publish literature about the church such as the ‘Guide to the Church’ and ‘Graveyard Gossip’

It is easy, and free, to join the Friends, and members receive invitations too events, updates on progress – and sometimes requests for help!


If you would like to make a financial contribution, however large or small, to the repair and improvement of this wonderful building, the bank details are:

  • Bank: Barclays
  • Account name: Friends of Steyning Parish Church
  • Account number: 10449148
  • Sort code: 20-45-45
  • Reference: surname and initials of donor.

Many thanks to all our supporters.


  • Write to the Friends of Steyning Parish Church,
    c/o The Parish Office, Penfold Hall, Church Street, Steyning BN44 3YB
  • Or email us at

The Friends of Steyning Parish Church is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered with the Charity Commission as charity number 1169773. Its trustees and management committee work proactively with the Parochial Church Council of Steyning Parish Church to foster the safeguarding of children, young people and any adult who may be at risk of harm.