Our church tells 1000 years of history about local heritage and family history through its architecture, monuments, artefacts and artistry.
We feature here some of the highlights you can discover on a visit to Leatherhead Parish Church.
As we unearth more information about the churches history and the people who worshipped here, we continue to update the content.
Currently the church is closed during renovation work as part of our Making History project. We anticipate that access to the public will be restored in the Spring.
Please check the News section for updates
MEDIEVAL STAINED GLASS WINDOW
GRAFFITI 17TH CENTURY
TOWER & BELFRY
WW1 BATTLE CROSS
FONT 15TH CENTURY
GEORGIAN THOMAS PARKER ORGAN
DALTON MONUMENT & FLAGSTONE
TWO VESTMENT CHESTS (13TH & 17TH CENTURY)
REREDOS & MOSAICS
3 SEAT SEDILIA & PISCINA
CHAPEL OF REMEMBRANCE
Other points of interest
Under normal circumstances the church is usually open to visitors every day (except Tuesdays) after morning prayer, which finishes around 9:45am.
The doors are generally locked after 5:00pm.
Please avoid service times unless you are joining us to worship.
If you are travelling a long way it is worth checking with the Parish Office before you organise your trip.
If you have a special interest, we may be able to arrange a guide to walk you around the church, but the information here is a good starting point for a short tour.
Discover where these heritage highlights are located?
Get In Touch
01372 362 544
(Staffed Wed-Fri 9am to noon)
The Parish Office, Parish Church Hall, Church Road, Leatherhead,
Surrey, KT22 8BD