United Benefice of Burwash, Burwash Weald and Etchingham
All Sunday Services are at 11am, unless otherwise advised.
The 14th century Parish Church of The Assumption of Blessed Mary and St. Nicholas, Etchingham is situated on the north side of the A265, near to the Railway Station.
Construction of the Church as we know it today started in the mid 14th century, with major restoration carried out in the 19th and 20th centuries,
The Church has many interesting features, including a fine set of misericords, memorial brasses to Sir William de Etchingham (1333-89) and his son, daughter-in-law and grandson, and a memorial to artist Henry Corbould, his drawings of Queen Victoria were used to create the world’s first Postage Stamp, the Penny Black.
More details of the Church history can be found on the Church History page.
The Church is open for visitors daily 11am to 4pm.
For general enquiries relating to church matters, contact either of the Church wardens.
For Baptisms, Funerals,Weddings and Pastoral Matters, contact the Rector.
Currently in Interregnum, all enquiries should be directed to the Churchwardens.
Hon. Secretary ~ Paulette Barton ~ 01580 819691
Treasurer ~ Phillip Hinde ~ 01580 819434
Jeff Kirby ~ 07975 783593
Caroline Moore ~ 01580 819272
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