Welcome to the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul in Lingfield.It gives us great pleasure to introduce you to Lingfield Parish Church and some of our many activities. The history of the  church building is very interesting – the church was re-built by Sir Reginald Cobham in the early 15th century, replacing a Saxon church on the same site, and his tomb can still be seen in front of the High Altar. The church’s double nave is a rare feature and the building is also especially notable for its collection of tombs and brasses, the largest in Surrey. There is much to explore in the church’s history and we urge you to have a closer look.

We are proud of our building, but the real church is the people and we are a mixture of people from every walk of life. Our mission is to build God’s kingdom in our hearts and homes, in our church and community and beyond. God’s kingdom is where God’s will is done, and where God’s will is done there is love, joy and peace.

Please don’t hesitate to approach one of our useful contacts  who will be able to  give you more information about which area of church life you may wish to explore, or be involved in. We hope you may be able to join us on our spiritual journey to learn about God and building God’s kingdom together.  Mary and Vivien (Church Wardens)



For the pew sheet for the week starting Sunday November 5th  here


Sunday November 12 – Remembrance Sunday service at 9.30am followed by the Act of Remembrance at 10.45am at the War Memorial by the village pond. St. Bernard’s are kindly providing mulled wine in their church hall after the service.

 The calendar page is currently not working due to a technical problem which we are trying to sort out. Please read the Pew Sheet above