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Churches in Ninfield

Saint Mary The Virgin 

The chuch in Church Lane, is thought to date back to pre Norman times.      See



Places of Worship

TheChurch Methodist

The Methodist Church


The Church is located in Church Lane. Mrs William Booth the wife of the Rev: W. Booth laid the foundation stone of the Methodist Church, in July 1871. The Rev: William Booth, later founded the Salvation Army in 1878.


The Nazarene Chapel  (Now a private house)


The chapel is attached to an old house built about 1636 called Prospect House. The Baptist chapel said to be built in 1831 recorded Sunday attendances of on average,   175 for the am service and 140 at the pm service during 1851.


The Salvation Army


Several members of the Sargent family played in the band of the Salvation Army. A. Ridel, in his book of Ninfield in the Ninties, tells of Sunday evenings in the summer when a drumhead service was held on The Green.

At one time there was a Salvation Army Chapel in Manchester Road


Sally Ann Wesleyan chapel Russells Green

The Wesleyan Chapel

Russell's Green now a private house.