South East Branch is an integral part of "St Andrew’s Church in Moulsecoomb Parish, Brighton, East Sussex”. We always warmly welcome visitors to our Services and have refreshments after the service. We meet every 1st Sunday of the month.
Mr. L T Kandi (Chairperson)
Clergy: Revd Martha Mutikani
Address: St Andrew’s Church, Hillside Rd, Moulsecoomb, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 4TA.
Service Time: 2:30 pm sharp
Phone: (44) 7470369086 - Mr. L.T.Kandi
SOUTH EAST BRANCH
Everyone is welcome to our Shona Services.
Pastoral care and the social welfare of Zimbabwean Anglicans in the South East region is our priority. Shona services are held on a monthly basis at St Andrew’s Parish of Moulsecoomb in Brighton, East Sussex. We are part of a bigger family working along with other churches throughout the South East Region.
The South East Branch was launched on the 24th of February 2013 by Rev Petros Nyatsanza supported by Revd. John Wall. Revd Wall is the Team Rector for Moulsecoomb Parish.
DIRECTIONS within Brighton:
Along Lewes Road A270, near Brighton University and immediately at Moulsecoomb Library turn onto The Highway. At the Doctors’ Surgery turn left onto Hillside Road and the Church is on the Hilltop in front of you.
At Brighton station, go to Platform 8 and take the Southern Trains to Seaford and disembark at Moulsecoomb Station. The Church is about five minutes walk from the station. Out of the station step onto Queensdown School Road, cross Lewes Rd and across grassland left onto Hillside Road.
Bus no 25
Bus 25 from town to Universities, disembark at Moulsecoomb Library. Cross Lewes road onto The Highway and left into Hillside Road [at the Doctors’ Surgery] and see the Church.
Bus no 48
Bus 48 from town to Lower Bevendean, disembark at foot of The Highway which is the first bus stop after turning from Lewes Road. Walk up a few steps up to the Doctors’ Surgery and turn left into Hillside Road.
Bus no 49
Bus No.49 from town to Moulsecoomb or East Moulsecoomb. Get off at the Crescent bus stop right outside St Andrew’s Church.