For years, Brighton and Hove museum has housed a postcard of a vicar who preached at The Holy Trinity Church from 1917-1924. Despite the museum showcasing this image (pictured in the monochrome portrait below), he has not been able to be identified up until recently… Researchers from the Past, Present Future team, went to The… Read More Unknown Vicar: Identity Found!
In August 1857, F.W Robertson began ministering at the Holy Trinity Church, where he became a popular preacher amongst his community. His words drew in many people of varying religious beliefs and social classes, including the English writer and social critic Charles Dickens. Dickens held Robertson and his preaching ability in very high regard, reportedly… Read More Film Screening: Great Expectations
Last week, Fabrica (formerly Holy Trinity Church) launched their first ever heritage tours of the building. Following a summer of training from local historian and researcher Jackie Marsh-Hobbs, the tours were led by Fabrica volunteers who had previously taken an interest in the building’s history. The training enabled the volunteers to get to grips with… Read More Heritage Open Days