St Symphorian, Durrington Hill
St Symphorian, Durrington Hill, Worthing, West Sussex BN13 2PU View on map
Built in 1915 of flint and stone incorporating remains of a 13th-century chapel, architect Lacy William Ridge. The chancel was added later in the 1940s designed by W H Godfrey. The church is of 'barn' construction with a remarkable wide-span timber roof with no pillars, enabling a versatile space for worship and events. Further interest is provided by the stained glass windows.
10am to 2pm Tuesday to Friday. Outside of these hours, please contact the Parish Office.
Located on Durrington Hill just of A27 to the north of Worthing. Rail: Durrington-on-Sea (1½ miles). Bus: nos 5, 6 and 6A from Worthing Central.
On-street parking available in New Road.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes