Westward travellers along the A272 know they are approaching Tillington as soon as they see the Scots Crown of All Hallows, high above the walls of Petworth Park.  This graceful feature is just one reason why the church is much loved throughout the region and visited by so many people each year.

It is an artist's and photographer's delight, with the tower, mellow local stone, clay tiled roof and magnificent views to the South Downs, all offering        prize-winning opportunities.

However, regular worshippers will tell you that they love All Hallows for the ever-present spiritual warmth and peace found within the church.

All Hallows Church is open everyday and visitors are most welcome
All Hallows Church
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Frith series postcard
Frith series postcard
Two brochures added to Church History page   1. History of All Hallows' Church and 2. Stained Glass Windows of All Hallows' Church
For current information on All Hallows' Church, including service times and activities please click the link below
All Hallows' Church