St Giles Church
Horsted Keynes

More than a thousand years of sharing God's love in the Community

Welcome to St Giles Church Horsted Keynes


St Giles is a Church of England village church at the heart of this rural community. Our historic church has stood as a beacon in the village for over a thousand years ministering to all of the parish with God's love guiding the way.

St Giles Church encompasses all generations, with a strong youth involvement through our Primary school and Sunday Club, a committed focus on families and a caring and responsive approach to our more senior members. All of this bonded together by prayer and united worship.

Please take the time to browse our website to find out what we have been doing in the name of God and to see what is yet to come and we look forward to seeing you at our forthcoming worship and activities.






Year of Prayer

Throughout the Diocese of Chichester 2018 is to be marked as the 'Year of Prayer'. The Diocese has a programme of special events for the year, click here for details.

Our Vision

To become better disciples and servants of Christ by loving God and loving others

Following our Lord’s teaching of the greatest commandments:

“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind”.

“You shall love your neighbour as yourself.” (Matthew 27. 37.39)


Other News



Sunday 11th November is Remembrance Sunday.  There is no 8am service and the 10am service will be shortened, with the Act of Remembrance at the Village War Memorial following.  The Remembrance Service with the Royal British Legion will then take place at 11.10am in St Giles.

The Friends of Horsted Keynes Church will be presenting a production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat in St Giles Church on Friday November 16th at 7.30pm and Saturday 17th November at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.  Tickets are now available from Sarah (01825 791571), Dawn (01825 790744) or James (01825 790777).  Act quickly as the prices increase
after November 5th!

Due to preparations for the above performances, St Giles will be locked, except when the usual regular services are taking place, for the week starting Monday 12th November.  It will still be possible to get access when it is essential and the telephone number to call will be displayed on the door. 

The Bluebell Railway carol service, to be led by Deacon David, Chaplain of the Bluebell Railway, will be at 7.30pm on Saturday 1st December.

The charitable collection is currently for the Diocesan West Africa Appeal.






Parish & Parishioner Magazine

Click here for the latest copy of the Parish & Parishioner Magazine


To become better disciples and servants of Christ by loving God and loving others


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