Forest Church Begins

Brighton’s newest church, Open Sky Forest Church, gathers for the first time this Sunday, 13th November. Open Sky is a collaboration between Brighthelm’s minister, Alex Mabbs, and the minister of One Church Brighton, Dave Steell. Alex says, “Forest Churches aim to gather people together who want to make deeper connections with nature, God and each … Read more

Remembering Zam

Brighthelm will be hosting an informal memorial service for one of our former ministers, Rev. Zam Walker.  Zam was minister of Brighthelm, with her husband Rev. David Coleman, from 2007 to 2010, when they moved to Greenock. Zam became ill last summer when cancer returned and she died on 12th April. Zam was an amazing … Read more

Question Time

The Future of Our Planet – Which party do you trust? Make your voice heard…. Brighton Pavilion’s prospective Parliamentary Candidates will be put in the hot seat on Tuesday April 14th in a pre-election debate that is expected to attract hundreds of local people. The event, to be held at the Brighthelm Centre, will probe … Read more

Time To Act!

It’s time to remind our politicians … and each other … that it’s time to act about climate change.  A group from Brighthelm will be at the climate march in London on 7th March.  There’s time to Pray By The Sea (about climate change) in Brighton at 10.00am, and still get to Lincoln’s Inn Fields for … Read more

Remembrance Sunday

On Remembrance Sunday, 9th November, the United Reformed Church congregation will not be worshipping at Brighthelm, so there will be no service at 10.00.  We have been invited to join our friends at our partner churches – The Chapel Royal (in North Street, service starts at 10.15) and St Nicholas (corner of Dyke Road and … Read more