Join us the next four Sundays in September/October for a FREE MEAL at 5.30 followed by a programme of teaching, interviews and discussion specially for those starting or returning to study in Brighton!
“Specially for Students” will be held from 5:30pm on:
22nd, 29th September and
6th, 13th October
As summer moves to autumn our latest newsletter is now available!
Caterpillars Toddler Group
– meets at 10am-12pm Wednesdays during term time
– drop in anytime.
– all parents and carers with 0-4 year-olds welcome
£2.00 per parent – healthy snacks and drinks included, with tea and coffee for adults.
Lots of toys, playdough, puzzles, drawing table, dressing-up box, train-track table, slide, farmyard, singing and story session.
We are here to preach, teach, learn and live the good news of Jesus Christ today in the centre of Brighton, UK.
If you are new to Brighton please come and look in on our meetings where you can meet Jesus Christ through hearing the Bible simply explained among a caring community of believers.
If you are a student you may like to know that we have a long history of being blessed by, and being a blessing to, students of all sorts, from all sorts of places.
- If you cannot join us in person, you may be interested to listen to some of our sermons on MP3 or read one of our newsletters.
- You can follow us on twitter @CalvaryCh_Btn.
- and, of course, we’d be very glad to hear by email from people who have visited this site.
We are an evangelical church in the Reformed tradition – affiliated to the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches.
The weather in Brighton (should it be Brrr-righton!) at the start of British Summer Time may not be very spring-like, but see our latest newsletter here!
For details of our Christmas Services see our Christmas leaflet/advert.
The church building is situated on level ground on a major road, so it will be “business as usual” this weekend (Sunday 10th January), including a bring-and-share lunch after the morning service (all are very welcome to eat, whether they have brought something or not). We extend a very warm welcome to any who wish to join us, especially to any visitors and those who do not usually go to church.
We are based on Viaduct Road, next to the Preston Circus fire station. However, the streets immediately to the north of the church have not been cleared, so they are very icy, and there are very few empty spaces for parking. Those intending to come by car are advised to look elsewhere for parking, either on Beaconsfield Road or Preston Road (thought to be free of charge), or by the Level (also thought to be free), or in the London Road car park (not free), which is easiest to reach via London Road (heading north) and York Hill, although the hill at the top of Elder Place is relatively clear at the time of writing (Saturday afternoon).
For the latest public transport news, see the Brighton and Hove Buses website, or the Southern Railway website.