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.
Please see times opposite and the monthly Kalendar for any changes
Monday to Wednesday 12.30
Friday and Saturday 11.00
Please remember face masks are required in Church!
Thank you for creating the beautiful season of Autumn and harvest! Thank you for providing us with food and water and not letting us suffer in famine and drought. Thank you for growing crops for this time of year!
Thank you to all the fisher people. I also ask for you to help Afghanistan and all the other people in need. Please help the charities rise and get more people to donate.
Thank you for the season of harvest. Thank you for all the food in the world that those kind and caring food workers like my mum provided for us. Thank you for the lovely adults in our lives and for all the food on our plate. We pray for those children and adults all over the world that don’t have food to find some. We are so grateful for all the things in the world that you have gifted us – please keep our world full of peace and love and to make sure our planet is still being respected and looked after. We thank you for everything in this world that has kept us alive. We love you.
“We pray for all seeking a cure for the Coronavirus, for those who tend the sick, and for those making our schools and environment safe especially as the restrictions ease: that we may all adapt sensibly so that we may enjoy future experiences as they come about.
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 on 01273 689989
Our current Safeguarding Statement can be downloaded below.
Further information regarding Safeguarding within the Diocese of Chichester can be found using the below link.
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