Fishersgate Congregational Mission started meetings in a tin hut, and spread to a barge in Shoreham Harbour
Fishersgate Mission was transferred to the supervision of the Sussex Congregational Association
First Church built in St Aubyns Road. This is now the Church Hall
The site in Station Road bought and the Church built and opened. This is the present Church.
Congregational Church in England and Wales and the Presbyterian Church of England unite to form the United Reformed Church. Portslade & West Hove Congregational Church becomes Portslade United Reformed Church.
Portslade URC celebrated its centenary.
52 Station Road purchased from Bakers & Son Funeral Directors. The premises were refurbished and connected to the Church. The rooms are in use throughout the week and are part of the Church's community outreach.
The Church building was refurbished, the old wooden pews were removed to make way for new carpet and chairs and a new, more modern look.
The Brighton, Hove and District Battalion of The Boys’ Brigade transfer their Headquaters from the old building in Brighton to a room in 52
Kidz Klub rent a room in 52 for their Registered Office.
Idea for number 52 finally realised with the undertaking of a partnership with Off The Fence
Metropolitan Community Church began worshipping in the sanctuary on a Sunday evening
Model Replica of the barge that was harboured in Shoreham Harbour