Tour of Our Lady of the Assumption Church
The Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Assumption sits on the crossroads on the approach to Old Bosham. A modern and spacious church with four impressive arches of Douglas Fir supporting the roof.
The stained glass panels, depicting four of the Joyful Mysteries, came from the Chapel at Nutbourne, which was closed in 2002. The glass was brought to Our Lady of the Assumption and installed at the back of the church facing the sanctuary. The etched glass panel of the Virgin Mary was designed and executed by Majella Taylor, a parishioner and Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Glaziers, and a Freeman of the City of London.
Two bronze sculptures are mounted on the wall either side of the Sanctuary. They were donated by a convent, arranged by Arnold Harrison-Thomas and designed by Sister Concordia of Minster Abbey.
The wooden crucifix in the narthex (porch) was donated to the church of Our Lady of the Assumption by the Bosham Meeting Point. It is mounted on the wall facing visitors as they enter the church.