Thought to be on the site of an even earlier church, All Saints, a “jewel” amongst Sussex’s churches, was built during the 12th century, the first Rector being Bartholomew in 1195.
It is nestled amongst ancient yews in its conservation-grade graveyard, on a high ridge, with stunning views. The interior, though much restored in the 1860s, is kept open daily, in beautiful condition, for the community, visitors and worshippers. We have a long-standing tradition for choral inclusion to our services, with disciplined choir, led by dedicated organists.
You can find out about the history of All Saints by visiting the Friends of Waldron Churches website.
Church Wardens: Ian Dixon & Sarah Mackenzie
Address: Opposite the pub, Waldron, East Sussex, TN21 0RA