This is the second Anglican Church in Brighton. It was built to encourage the Regent to attend more churches when he lived in Brighton. In 1793, the Regent laid the foundation for the church; in 1795, he attended the first church service. Later, the Regent was offended at a sermon and stopped attending the church service. In 1896, the church was upgraded to pastoral status and became one of the most important churches in Brighton.
The chapel is a large auditorium. There are often religious meetings and activities in it. Weddings can also be held here in a European style.
Brompton Chapel really feels good.