The heritage of Brighton Unitarian Church is intricately interwoven with the story of the Prince Regent (later George IV) from whom the land on which the church was built was purchased.
This beautiful church was built over 150 years ago as a mission church for Brighton’s fishermen, or more likely for their wives.
Set in busy West Street, close to the commercial centre of this thriving new city, St Paul’s is a haven of calm, beauty and devotion, offering a warm welcome to any who want to rest, to admire or to pray.
As well as the Pugin windows there are also slightly later windows by CE Kempe. In 1996 the wooden octagon surmounting the tower was completely renovated.