(PO18 8LY) is one of the most important Saxon churches in the South, with its delightful harbourside setting. Its chancel arch is depicted in Bayeux Tapestry and the church has connections with both King Canute and King Harold. There is a large paying car park within easy walking distance of the church. Cars may be parked on the foreshore during low tide conditions.
Check tide times carefully before parking here!
St John's Chapel is in St John's Street, off East Street Chichester PO19 1UR. Built in 1812, it is easily identified by its distinctive octagonal shape and has excellent acoustics. Currently in the care of the Churches Restoration Trust, it has a distinctive 3-tier pulpit. There are a number of nearby car parks, free on Sundays.