About The Chapel

The Chapel Royal is an 18th-century place of worship in the centre of Brighton, part of the English city of Brighton and Hove.

Built as a Chapel of Ease, it became one of Brighton's most important churches, gaining its own parish and becoming closely associated with the Prince Regent and fashionable Regency-era society.

The Chapel Royal remains an active church in the inclusive, liberal-catholic tradition of the Church of England.

Who's Who

Incumbent: Vacant
Lay Reader: Mr Mark Laverick
Churchwardens: Mrs Hilary Niblett & Mr Richard Lovett
Part-time Administrator: Mr Martin Mitchener
PCC Secretary: Mrs Caroline Brown
Finance Officer: Mrs Maureen O’Hare
Safeguarding Officer: Mrs Angie Lynn

ACPM Agenda

ACPM 2023 Agenda

Part time administrator needed for busy City centre church (starting on 12th February 2024)

Parish of Brighton, The Chapel Royal

Chapel Royal is a Church of England church situated in North Street in Brighton city centre.

This is a P/T post for a self employed administrator.

Payment is £12 per hour for approximately 16 hours per week

The job involves giving administrative assistance to the Church wardens and the Priest in charge of the Parish. (A full job description and person specification are available on request)

The job could be hybrid and a lap top is available to allow work to be done offsite but at least one day a week should be spent in the Chapel.

The successful applicant will have good administrative skills and experience, excellent Computer skills, and be willing to work as part of a small team.

Please send your CV FAO Churchwardens: office@chapelroyal.church by closing date of 7th January 2024. Interviews will take place in w/c 15th January 2024

Please also use the above email address if you require any further information about the post