St Mary's Church, Sennicotts is found just off the B2178, a few minutes' drive North-West of Chichester. Formerly a Church in special relationship to Sennicotts House, with a distinct and colourful history, it is now fully part of the Parish of Funtington & West Stoke. Significant are the Candlelit Communion Services from the Book of Common Prayer, the box pews and the pink-coloured interior walls. God the Holy Trinity has been faithfully proclaimed here by the Christian communities of Vicars and Congregations in the previous and present centuries. 

“Please be advised that all parish and community events listed in this month's magazine will be affected by the Government and Public Health England's advice on social distancing to help stem the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).


Bishop Martin has advised clergy and churchwardens that following the announcement on 16 March from the Prime Minister and discussions in Parliament, the Archbishops have announced that Church is Changing. 

The two key points are that public worship should be suspended (this will include Holy Week services) but that churches should where possible remain open for prayer. This suspension will remain in place until further notice.

The Church of England's Coronavirus guidance for churches is updated frequently and contains the latest advice and answers to frequently asked questions, with more being added:

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