Church Recording Groups are part of The Arts Society's National projects and are compliant with protocols and rules.

Volunteers record the internal fabric and historical contents of our churches to promote the recognition and preservation of this valued national heritage. The items are described in detail and their history researched. All the material is then compiled in digital format for the Archives of four National Institutions: Historic England (for our area); the V & A; the Church Care Library and the appropriate History Centre. The church recording work is held in high regard by these organisations. An illustrated bound volume with details of each item is also presented to the Rector and Church Members.

Our Society at Limpsfield has accomplished three Church Records between the 1990s and 2018 with three groups covering St Peter's Tandridge, St Peter's Limpsfield and St Mary's Oxted."

The image shows a detail from the windows at St Mary's Oxted showing Musical Angels. The windows are in the style of Sir Edward Burne-Jones and were made by the William Morris company in 1910