Church of England Diocese of Salisbury

About Us

The Parish Church of St Brelade, who arrived in the late 500sAD and built his little wooden church on the high ground at the western end of St Brelade's beach. The parish Church, built in the late 900s, and the Fishermen's Chapel, of unknown age, are fine examples of Norman Church building in the truly beautiful pink Jersey granite.

This is the most visited church on the island by the many tourists to Jersey and has a worshipping tradition which encompasses both the old and the new. The church community is arm and friendly and likes to welcome visitors and residents alike.