The tiny village of Lullington is now part of Alfriston parish, but retains its own church situated on the hill by the South Downs Way with magnificent views right across the Cuckmere Valley.
Like St. Andrew's, Lullington Church often features in guide books of places to visit in Sussex.
Originally part of a much larger building, which was destroyed by fire (probably in the time of Cromwell), the present church was rebuilt from the original chancel. It seats twenty people (just) and at Harvest Festival half the congregation are seated in the churchyard.
As there is no electricity for light or heating, services are held in the Summer months only - on the third Sunday at 3.00pm, from April to September.
Lullington Church is open to visitors daily from 9.00am to 5.00pm or dusk.