St Pius V Church, Groombridge, East Sussex - 3rd January 2004

Looking more like a non-conformist chapel, this building is now used by the Society of St Pius X, and Holy Mass is performed here according to the Latin Tridentine Rite.

The building was erected in 1857 and was formerly a Methodist Chapel.

The village straddles the Kent and East Sussex border.  The Parish Churches are St John's (in Kent) & St Thomas the Apostle (in East Sussex).

St Pius V, Groombridge, East Sussex - 10th January 2004 - MTC

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