Christ Church, Forestside

lezvee

South Brent,, United Kingdom

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TOP TEN (3rd) in the Places Of Worship Challenge in the The World As We See It Or As We Missed It Group, 3rd June 2018

FEATURED in: 5 groups
England, South And South West Group, 15th January 2018
Historic Sites Group, 22nd January 2018
Today I’m Thankful For……Group, 24th January 2018
The English Church Group, 28th January 2018
Reaching Out: A Christian Mission Group, 2nd March 2018

The little wayside church of Christ Church, Forestside, West Sussex, England.

Camera used: Pentax K30

Christchurch, Forestside, was built in 1852 by Charles Dixon, a wealthy Victorian philanthropist and the owner of nearby Stansted House, to serve his estate workers and the village of Forestside. The parish was formed from parts of Stoughton and Up Marden. The church is of flint masonry with Caen stone dressings. The East window is a Jesse Window with an unusual dragon in the bottom right hand corner, whose origin is unknown. The heads on the chancel arch are a young Queen Victoria and a Bishop of Chichester, possibly St Richard. The adjoining school has been closed for many years and is now a private house. (https://www.achurchnearyou.com/church/4928/abou...)

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