About Us

Holy Trinity Church in Bosham is the oldest known place of worship in West Sussex, lying at the heart of the idyllic coastal village of Bosham, at the foot of the stunning South Downs National Park, near to the Cathedral city of Chichester and neighbour to the villages of Fishbourne, Chidham and West Ashling.

Bosham Church is always open during daylight hours and you are most welcome to visit. Photography is permitted and the crypt is available for quiet reflection.

Holy Trinity Church is generally open from 9am each morning until 6pm each day for visitors. Opening times tend to be shorter in winter months however, when opening may be later in the morning and the Church closing before dark.

The address for Holy Trinity Church is Bosham, PO18 8LS

It is well worth checking the Church Diary to see if there are events taking place when you wish to visit. Please also be mindful that above all, the church is a place of worship and should you wish to join us for prayer, our times of service can be found below.

There’s always plenty going on at Holy Trinity Church, so please take the time to look at our forthcoming events or contact a member of the Parish team if you’d like to join us, visit us or simply find out a little more about our wonderful Church. With a history dating back to medieval times and a mention in the Bayeux Tapestry, we’re proud of our rich heritage. Today, with over a thousand years of worship behind us, we’re stronger than ever – a vibrant, supportive and welcoming community, united in our Christian faith.

The parish is fortunate enough to have its own magazine – Bosham Life is the magazine for the church and the village. Published monthly, the A5 glossy colour magazine is well worth subscribing to and the subscription form can be found here or downloaded directly below:

Bosham Life Subscription Form

Essential Information

We celebrate services throughout the week and our popular Sunday Services are the focal point of our worship.

Sunday Services

Saturday – 18:00  – 1st Holy Communion of Sunday

Sunday 0800 – Holy Communion (Traditional Language)

Sunday 0930 – Sung Eucharist  (Sung Eucharist)

Tuesday 

0900  – Focussed Prayer for Peace and the Persecuted

Thursday 

 1830 – Holy Communion (Healing)

(the Ministry of ‘Laying on of Hands’ and anointing is offered)

Saturday

 Saturday – 0830 Holy Communion (Said)