Seaford sits between Brighton and Eastbourne and very close to the iconic Seven Sisters range of chalk cliffs which is part of the South Downs National Park. The town has a population of over 24,000 and is well served by a range of local amenities. We have two churches, St. Leonard’s and St. Luke’s.
St Leonard’s Church is located in the town centre on Church Street (BN25 1HG) and is open every morning of the week.
The church is a place where Christian teaching, counsel and pastoral care are offered. It is a place of fellowship for anyone, whether they belong to the church or not. You can find out about the services in St. Leonard’s here. You can also read a history of the organ in St. Leonard’s here.
The church also serves as a venue for various big events, including civic and community occasions, services for war veterans, scouts and guides, school celebrations and musical concerts. Details of our popular series of Saturday Lunchtime Concerts can be found here. Find out about the Friends of St. Leonard’s.
St Luke’s Church is situated on Walmer Road (BN25 3TH), in the Chyngton area of town. Like St Leonard’s Church it is primarily a place of Christian worship. Opened in 1959 to serve the local community its design is two fold, firstly for worship and secondly as a community centre. Extended in recent years it now provides excellent modern facilities which are available for hire.
Our services are wide ranging in styles and we do hope that you will visit St Luke’s and find what you are seeking! Details of services can be found here.