3rd Sunday - 10 am Holy Communion BCP
Priscilla McDougall email@example.com
Glenn Davenport. 01263 768877
St Peter and St Paul Sustead is situated at one end of the small village. It has a Saxon/early Norman round tower built of flint, brick and the darker ‘gingerbread’ or carstone, with a separate entrance door to the church. Features of the church include the beautifully restored (1898) chancel roof painted with the tools and nails of the Crucifixion; the lovely modern East window; fragments of medieval stained glass depicting angels playing musical instruments, some pigs, and one of St Catherine with her wheel. There is also a 15th century octagonal font and some fine tapestry on the hassocks made by the residents of the village some 25 years ago.