Safehaven

Our vision is to see our city transformed, through welcoming, loving and supporting vulnerable men and women.

Everyone can be involved, whether you have lots of experience or no experience, lots of time, or very little time.

Saturday Safehaven

Every Saturday during term time we have Safehaven: a meal and short service for members of the street community, and our aim is to provide dignity, safety, and community for our guests, with a delicious home cooked meal, and a chance to engage with God in a relaxed setting.

To get involved or to find out more please contact us.

Safehaven Women

Every Thursday, during term time, 1.30pm-3.30pm, we open our doors to vulnerable women. Safehaven Women offers a cosy, comfortable space to relax in, with homemade meals, tea and coffee, hairdressing, manicures and pedicures, facials, craft sessions and a clothing bank.

This safe place is a chance for women to come together and hang out, to chat and to be listened to over a cup of tea and a piece of cake.

To get involved or for more information please contact us.

Safehaven Men 

Every Wednesday, during term time 1.00pm - 3.00pm, we open our doors to vulnerable men from across the city and the street community. We serve up delicious cakes, biscuits, tea & coffee at our Safehaven Men Cafe, as well as provide a chance for our guests to come and relax and feel at home. We also put on a short service for anyone interested in exploring faith. 
 
To get involved or for more information please contact us.

Safehaven Mother & Baby

Safehaven Mother & Baby supports pregnant women and new mothers who are vulnerable or homeless in the Brighton area, through befriending, hosting and prayer.

To get involved or for more information please contact us.

Night Shelter

The Brighton & Hove Churches Winter Night Shelter works together with 15 partner churches of different denominations across the city to take in those experiencing homelessness during the winter months. Every day of the week we provide our guests with a home-cooked meal, a warm bed in a safe place and a healthy breakfast in the morning. St Peter’s host Saturday nights. To get involved or for more information please contact us nightshelter@stpetersbrighton.org

       

Get in touch

  • St Peter's Church
    York Place
    Brighton
    BN1 4GU
    United Kingdom
  • 01273 698 182
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