All our churches are fully accessible to those with mobility problems.

St Peter’s, Shoreham has a outside kerb step to be negotiated, but thereafter is completely flat, and there is no lack of people on a Sunday to help if needed. You would be advised to arrive early so as to get a parking place. There is a disabled loo. One of our altar servers is a wheelchair user, and so even the sanctuary is accessible via a ramp.

Christ the King, Steyning, is also on the flat and has a disabled loo in the main porch. Access to the church is very straightforward, via two doors. Parking a wheelchair needs a bit of skill as space in the church is tight, and the best place is at the front (altar end) to one side or the other.

The Towers is all on the flat, but the loo is not accessible to wheelchair users. However, with warning in advance, it might be possible to arrange something.

St Peter’s Hall is fully accessible; the St Cuthman Room in Steyning has a single step.