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An inclusive and vibrant Christian community, a collective of transformational projects and two beautiful buildings, all committed to bringing hope and love to Brighton & Hove and beyond.

Work in progress...

We're in the process of building our new website. In the meantime, this little landing page should be able to point you in the right direction, whether you're planning to join us on Sundays, engage with one of our projects, or if you just want to chat.


Whether you want to volunteer or would value some support, click the links below to get in touch with one of our amazing teams across Brighton and Hove.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Chomp has been delivering food boxes to vulnerable families across Brighton and Hove.

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Connecting people with local producers. Delivering locally throughout lockdown.

If you'd like information about any of our other projects, contact


A community of shared living, enabling vulnerable people to get back on their feet.


Working alongside the community at Buncton Manor to roast excellent, ethically sourced coffee.


Professional training for people who want satisfying jobs in specialty coffee and who might not normally get a chance.


Providing a safe space to break the hidden silence of pregnancy loss.


A place to gather, build relationship and eat good food together twice a week after school.


A 6-acre therapeutic growing project near Steyning, West Sussex.


On a mission to make Brighton and Hove even friendlier.

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We are running Sunday evening services. Every other week is our contemplative service 'Be Still and Know' where there is space for you to spend time with God in a guided and helpful way. The alternate week we will be thinking through some big themes of our lives and where we might find God in them (outline below). Again you would be very welcome to come along to one of these evenings. At the moment we don't foresee the need for a booking service but if that changes we will give details of that here.

Being church is about being connected. If you'd like to connect more with the life of the church and join in our small groups, times of prayer and reflection, discussions on Facebook, book clubs, kids groups and all sorts of other things, then just email Kath Cunningham at and she will pop you into our weekly email list so you can see what's on and get involved.

If you're interested in being a part of our Sunday services, then head to our Youtube channel where you can be a part of our next live stream this Sunday at 10.30am. You'll also find past services and short devotionals that we're putting together to help each other engage with God, ourselves and the world around us.

If you're more into audio than video, then you may wish to listen to our podcast. It's available nearly everywhere that podcasts can be found, so either search "One Church Brighton Podcast" in your podcast app of choice, or click one of the following links:

Apple Podcasts

Google Podcasts


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The running of all of our projects, the upkeep of our lovely buildings and the general costs of keeping One Church thriving, costs a significant amount of money! If One Church is your church and you'd like to give regularly then why not join many others in setting up a Standing Order, you can find out more details from Claire by emailing

If you'd like to make a one - off donation to the work of One Church, you can do so through our JustGiving page at

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Want to get hold of a member of our team?

Dave - Minister -

Sam - Associate Minister -

Kath - Pastoral coordinator -

Office and general enquiries -

Chomp team -

Pastoral care -

Youth work -

Buildings and hiring -

Leadership team -

Or, if you prefer the old fashioned way:

One Church Brighton, Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA

01273 694746

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One Church Brighton is a broad and inclusive church, full of brilliant but imperfect people who are trying to work out how the Christian faith makes sense in the real world.

Spend much time with us and you'll hear us speak of our values. We see these as orientating stories that shape our shared practice together and guide the decisions we take. So in order to understand what we do, you need to understand why we do it. Our values unpack this:

Intimacy with God

Involvement in the world

Interdependence with each other

Inclusion of everyone

Integrity in all we do