This church was erected in 1852-1853 by Messrs G Cheesman the well known Brighton builders of that period. It was however a shoddy building, the flint walled exterior being a mere veneer and the interior of poor quality. In 1954 the parish was almagamated with that of St Michaels and All Angels and the church was closed.

Image Reference: JG_31_005.tif
Date: 1956
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 108x151
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: Designed by Richard Cromwell Carpenter on the corner of Compton Avenue

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