The Parish Church of St Thomas à Becket, Pagham

A very warm welcome to our website. We’re the Anglican church that serves the Parish of Pagham, in the Diocese of Chichester. You may have heard us called ‘St Thomas à Becket’s’, after our patron saint, or simply ‘Pagham Church’. These pages are packed with information about what our thriving village church has to offer – we hope you’ll feel inspired to join us soon for worship, or at one of our events. If you would like to find out more about any aspect of life at St Thomas à Becket’s, do please get in touch.


We rely on your generosity.  Without your help we cannot continue to do the good work that we do, or maintain our much loved church building.  Giving is simple, quick and makes a real difference.

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Support for the people of Ukraine

I expect that many of you have found yourself feeling helpless with the horrific situation in Ukraine, and asking how we can best help. As a church and individuals the following may be of some interest: 

Prayer:  We must continue to pray daily for the people and situation in Ukraine and Russia, and those in the surrounding countries offering immediate aid.

Action: The Home Office is working to launch a Humanitarian Sponsorship scheme that will be the main route for Ukrainian refugees to gain entry to the UK. The St Thomas à Becket has signed up to be a potential Community Sponsor for a refugee family; e.g. to meet them at the airport, befriend them, and help them access services and support as they settle in or near the parish (please note this is not to house families). You can sign up as individuals here

Giving: The Disasters Emergency Committee has launched the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. You can give to this appeal online using this link, The DEC brings together 15 leading aid charities to raise funds quickly and efficiently at times of crisis, when people in life-and-death situations need help. Their mission is to save, protect and rebuild lives through effective humanitarian response.


08.00  First and Third Sunday of the Month  –  Holy Communion

     09.30  Parish   –  Eucharist

09.30  First Sunday of the Month   –  Family Eucharist

Sunday School (Primary age children) – 3rd Sunday of the month


     09.00  Morning Prayer


     17.30  Evening Prayer

19.00 Tuesday@7 – Eucharist


     17.30  Evening Prayer


     09.00  Morning Prayer

     10.00  Holy Communion


Mid-week – 40min – family friendly – Eucharist

Autumn Term Dates – 2022

September 13th, 20th, 27th

October 4th, 11th, 18th

November 1st  –  All Saints Festival of Light

November 8th

November 15th  –  Confirmation with Bishop Ruth

November 22nd, 29th

December 6th

December 13th  –  Christingle