St Martin's church, set in the very heart of Brighton, now sharing the dedication with St Wilfred and St Alban (titles of two parishes in the former Resurrection Team) was consecrated in 1875 as the memorial to Fr. Henry Wagner, one of Brighton's longest serving vicars and builder of churches. Originally it was to have two further purposes, one to be the Garrison Church of Brighton and the other to serve the community in and around the Lewes Road. The latter remains its purpose today.
We are delighted to say that Public Worship resumes on July 4th.
This will be within safe-distancing guidelines and Holy Communion will adminstrated in one kind.
To allow as many people as possible it will help if regular members of the Congregation reserve a place at either of the Sunday Masses in advance-there will always be some vacant spaces available.
Please see times opposite
Sunday 9.45 and 11am
Monday to Friday 12.30pm
Please help us and others to listen to the Government and follow the rules to keep us safe, just like the Disciples did when the Holy Spirit came and asked them to spread the word of God.
Please help us to be grateful for all the work that everybody does to keep us safe.
So we would like to say thank you to the NHS and all the key workers.
Here at St Martin's we are committed to good safeguarding practices, and the safety and well being of all those in our community. If you wish to raise a safeguarding concern or would like more information please contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Claire Phelan on 01273 700361
Our Safeguarding policy can be downloaded below.
Further information regarding Safeguarding within the Diocese of Chichester can be found using the below link.