Brighthelm is a well-established community venue situated in the heart of Brighton. (Charity Number 1137747) We provide professional and unique spaces for meetings, events, conferences and inspiration.
“Brighthelm seeks to be a vibrant hub of hospitality, worship, learning, and action, pointing the way towards a world in which all living beings flourish together in the peace and love of God.”
Sustainability lies at the heart of Brighthelm. We are very proud to have been the first Church in the UK to divest from fossil fuels.
Brighthelm is not afraid to position itself as a hub for discussion on sustainability. We are committed to working in partnership with local organisations who embrace and support sustainability where ever possible and have some such organisations as long term tenants in our building.
Our community garden hosts a ’butterfly bank’ and Brighton and Hove Food Partnership compost bins.
We are working in partnership with the University of Sussex to improve and review our sustainability and take action to reduce our environmental impact.
Brighthelm is a United Reformed Church, whose story dates back to the mid-sixteenth Century, when a group of Protestant Christians met to worship in a back room in The Lanes. We continue their legacy of dissenting faith that questions convention in the pursuit of truth and justice for all.
Our Chapel is kept available for private prayer and meditation, with a variety of prayer resources available.
Brighthelm is both a Charity and a Trading Company. This means we are governed by a Trustee team. Our trustees are predominately members of the United Reformed Church, and work to lead us on the strategic vision for the centre.