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This supplemented the nearby St Stephen's Church following the rapid development of the Montpelier and Clifton Hill areas west of Brighton railway station in the early 19th century.
Originally a chapel of ease to St Nicholas' Church, it was given its own parish in 1924.
It may have been damaged by the same French raiders who desecrated St Margaret's Church.
Only one other church in England is dedicated to St Wulfran, a French archbishop.
The small settlement of Bristelmestune, mentioned in the Domesday Book, developed into a locally important fishing village, and was saved from its 18th-century decline by the patronage of the Prince Regent and British high society.
During the 20th century, both boroughs expanded by absorbing surrounding villages such as Patcham, Hangleton, West Blatchington and Ovingdean, each of which had an ancient church at their centre.
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The city of Brighton and Hove, on the south coast of England, has more than 100 extant churches and other places of worship, which serve a variety of Christian denominations and other religions.
He laid the foundation stone in 1793 and attended the first service in 1795, The Vicar of Hove asked John Loughborough Pearson to build a church near Hove railway station in response to rapid residential development in the late 19th century. The knapped flint and red-brick Early English style church is topped by a tall, narrow flèche.Christianity is much less widespread in the city than in the country overall, in which 71.74% people identify themselves as Christian.The proportion of people with no religious affiliation is nearly twice as high as that of England as a whole (14.59%).There are 18 Grade II*-listed places of worship: 15 Anglican churches, two Roman Catholic churches and a synagogue.Twenty-seven current and former places of worship have Grade II status.