An Anglican church in the Horsted Keynes village of Mid Sussex, the St Giles' Church sits on a site of ancient pagan place of worship. Retaining its original cruciform shape, the church has seen lot of structural changes down the years. The oldest surviving part of the church is a Saxon doorway dated to 1885. St Giles' church is a family-oriented church and local families have always played a role in the life of the church. The wide range of memorials and fittings are a testimony to this. With regular efforts in the restoration and renovation of the church, the St Giles' is a perfect place of faith and belief. Check website for information on masses and other related things.