Welcome to Saint Michael and All Angels, Brighton!
Saint Michael’s is an inclusive church in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England and welcomes everyone.
Our main celebration is the Parish Mass on Sunday at 10.30 a.m.
Our upcoming services and events are listed below. You are warmly invited to attend any of our events or services and you will receive a warm welcome.
Please do visit our Contacts page for information about the clergy and church officers – be in touch with Father Robert (the Vicar) if you would like to know more, or if you would like to arrange a particular service i.e. a baptism or wedding. Our regular services as listed under the Mass Times tab.
Our Next Event: Music Through the Decades
The Watford Palace Theatre Community Choir visits Brighton on Sat 27 July to present a concert in support of the charity Love is All We Need, led by Musical Director, David Halstead. The choir will sing songs from the 20th century, including show tunes, jazz of the 40s, chart-toppers of the 50s and 60s, disco hits of the 70s, and pop favourites from the 90s, the ‘naughties’, and the ‘teenies’ (the 2010s). The concert will begin at 7pm on 27 July at St Michael and All Angels Church, Victoria Road, Brighton BN1 3FU.
Admission is by donation. All ticket proceeds to the charity Love Is All We Need. This charity raises money to support the health, wellbeing and education of children affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa and is run entirely by a small group of volunteers, Charity number 1116963
For tickets and information:
Tel: 07957693 916 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bar proceeds will be split between Love is all we Need and Saint Michael’s Homeless Outreach, which supports three homeless projects in the local area
A recent recording at Saint Michael’s by local musician, James Osler
The PCC of Saint Michael’s has adopted the various national Church of England safeguarding policies and practice guidance documents. These principles are summarised in our Safeguarding Policy Statement, which can be read here: Safeguarding_Policy_Statement.
The Clergy, Officers and PCC of Saint Michael’s are committed to good safeguarding practices and the safety and well-being of all those in our community.
If you wish to speak to someone regarding a safeguarding concern, or would like to have more information, please contact the Diocesan Safeguarding team: Tel: 01273 425792, or email the Diocesan Adviser here.
The Chichester Diocesan Safeguarding website is here.
You may also contact our Parish Safeguarding Office, Ian Smith, on: 01273 770532
Here is a link to the Statutory Authority website for safeguarding concerns, especially for concerns regarding children.