The Keys presents arts, music, drama, and film events at St. Peter’s, Henfield. The Key’s events are often organised as a way of supporting charities
The church has often historically been a patron of the arts, and St. Peter’s is a great local example of this. Whether we consider the stained glass windows by Kempe and others, one of the best rings of bells in the county, or as a venue for some of the finest music and drama presented in the area, or an exhibition of fine art or photography, St. Peter’s is ideally placed to build on these artistic foundations.
You can find upcoming and past events planned by The Keys here.
The key in the logo is derived from the actual door key of St. Peter’s, Henfield. The Key, or the crossed keys symbol is the emblem of St. Peter, and relates back to a conversation with Jesus at Caesarea Philippi, where Jesus says to Peter “I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven” [Matthew 16:19]