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St. Paul’s, Brighton

April 3, 2016

St. Paul’s, Brighton

SAM_1856A visit to the South Coast gave me a chance to visit a few churches around there. Brighton was described by, I think John Betjeman, as the home of ‘London, Brighton and South Coast religion.’

I found St. Paul’s open. The entrance is down a type of cloister which features displays about the church on the walls. Inside, I found a friendly steward, a free guide and various others. A small stall sells booklets, cards, rosaries etc. It is a lovely church with some nice stations of the cross and a confessional (a rare sight in an Anglican church). There is also a prayer board where prayer requests can be left, as well as several votive stands. This church is in a busy location and gets lots of visitors. I counted 59 entries in the visitors book for 29th March only! It is a church well worth a visit.

The church website is at http://www.saintpaulschurch.org.uk/ the church is open each day.

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