Tackling Mental Health Together

Our aim is to be a church community who support and encourage anyone suffering with poor mental health and promote positive mental health and wellbeing. Church is changing, and so is everything we do, but we can continue to meet online to support one another. At a time when the situation worldwide is so anxious and uncertain we need one another more than ever. 

We want to offer the love of God to all those who are struggling as we believe that our Christian faith strengthens and sustains us in times of anxiety, depression and turmoil. Therefore, we will continue to pray for, and with, all those who have poor mental health. 

Connecting is now more important than ever and we want to continue to create friendships and support networks by forging communities through the positive use of social media and through online groups. 

We will still offer practical help by running mental health courses and events. 

The Well event can no longer take place but we are still running the ‘Tackling Anxiety Together’ course. If you find worry or anxiety becoming a problem in your life this course might be helpful for you. It is a six session course in which we look at tips on how we can tackle those worrying habitual thoughts and what the Bible has to say about this issue. We also hear stories from people on the team who are moving out of anxious thought patterns and we support, help, and listen. 

Please continue to watch for updates of when this course will be up and running and what online format it will take. 

Contact us on helen.garrett@stpeterbrighton.org or jules.jacob@stpetersbrighton.org if you would like us to pray for you, if you want to connect with someone or you want to know more about how we can help you.


Get in touch

  • St Peter's Church
    York Place
    BN1 4GU
    United Kingdom
  • 01273 698 182