Venues & Maps
St Thomas à Becket’s Church
St Thomas à Becket’s Church can be found at:
The church owns 2 good sized car parks which worshippers are very welcome to use. They are a little way past the church down Church Lane, on the opposite side of the road. There are also some parking spaces available on Church Lane itself. The church has good disabled access.
Church Opening Times
Need some prayer or quiet time, or simply want to look around? The church is generally open daily from 9.30am – 5.30pm.
Pagham Parish Church Centre
Pagham Parish Church Centre can be found at:
Nyetimber Lane (opposite the football ground)
The Church Centre, located some way from the church, is used for a number of larger church functions. Pagham Playgroup meets here daily during term time and groups such as Ladies’ Club and Brownies use it on certain evenings.
Booking the Church Centre
With ample space and seating, the Church Centre is an ideal venue to hire for parties, rehearsals and meetings. There are good kitchen and toilet facilities and there is also outside space. Disabled access to the Church Centre is good.
Contact Sue Smith firstname.lastname@example.org 01243 263560 to check availability and book the Church Centre.
St Andrew’s Chapel
St Andrew’s Chapel, inside the church building itself, is used each week for our Sunday School and for coffee fellowship after the Parish Eucharist. Throughout the year, various small scale church events take place in the chapel.
Booking the Chapel
St Andrew’s Chapel is an ideal space for small meetings and celebrations. It has seating for up to 30 people. The kitchenette contains a water heater, washing-up facilities, fridges, and a good supply of crockery and cutlery. There is an adjacent toilet. Disabled access to the chapel is good.
Contact Mike Wake email@example.com 07899 705632 to check availability and book the Chapel.
The vicarage can be found at:
38 Kings Drive
Pagham vicarage is located at 38 Kings Drive, PO21 4PZ. (Many locals will know of the old vicarage on Church Lane but this building no longer belongs to the church.) If you are planning an event such as a wedding or funeral at St Thomas à Becket’s, you will often meet Mark in his study at the vicarage. Small church team meetings are also often held in the study, while some larger committee meetings and study groups take place in the lounge area.
The vicarage is a venue for church gatherings and celebrations throughout the year.