St Peter's Brighton
Church / Chapel
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St Peter’s is an Anglican church planted from Holy Trinity Brompton, London, in 2009. We’re building a fun community in one of the most iconic and recognised buildings in the heart of Brighton. Our vision is to see the evangelisation of the nations, the revitalisation of the church and the transformation of society. You are always so welcome to join us at one of our 5 Sunday services.
If you would like to explore the meaning of life in an informal environment, we would love to invite you to join the next Alpha course. Our Teams are great places to make a difference in the city and to see the vision of St Peter’s alive in Brighton. During the week we get together in Hubs - fortnightly gatherings of anything between 15-25 people, for food, friends & growing in faith - the ideal way to feel like you belong.
The Tower Restoration Project
St Peter’s is a Grade II* listed building. It was designed by Sir Charles Barry (who later went on to be architect to the Palace of Westminster) and construction commenced in 1824. Due to its large size and rather grandiose appearance, it became known, unofficially, as Brighton’s cathedral.
We are currently in the midst of a huge project to restore the church and make it safe for generations to come. Our current focus is on the restoration of the Tower, which is the biggest safety concern. This is a very expensive and long project, with the tower heavily scaffolded in the meantime.
Morning Alpha: 9.45-11.00
Evening Alpha: 19.00-21.00pm
8.00: Holy Communion
9.30: Informal service with Kids groups and café
11.30: Informal service with Kids groups and café
18.00: Informal service with café
Supported by Heritage Lottery Fund
Other donors: Amex & Sussex Churches Trust
Map & Directions
Children & Infants
- Baby changing
- Family Friendly, Children Welcome
- Open Christmas
- Open New Year
Parking & Transport
- Free parking - Limited free parking on Sunday mornings
- Railway station within walking distance
- In town/city centre