|— Parish church of Preston —|
|Dedicated to||St. Wilfrid|
|County||Kingdom of England|
|Country||County Palatine of Lancaster|
|Province||Province of Canterbury|
|Diocese||Diocese of Chester|
St. Wilfrid's is the parish church of Preston. Its denomination is the Universal Roman Aristotelian Church of England (URACE). The Parish of Preston is under the administration of the Diocese of Chester (Province of Canterbury), which is managed by Bishop Dainsleif. Currently there is no parish priest in Preston but the town is served by a local deacon, Thedukeofholmby. The church of St. Wilfrid's is located at the junction with Church Street and Main Street.
St. Wilfrid is the patron saint of Preston, County Palatine of Lancaster, England. Born around 634 AD, Wilfred set out from a young age in the ways of the URACE. He travelled to Rome many times, and in 658 AD he was granted a monestry in Ripon. This monestry was bestowed with land, much of which is present day Preston.
The church itself was built around 705 AD and so began the true roots of the town. A priory was also built at the River Ribble's lowest ford. It was this that gave the town its name of "Priests Town". Wilfred's paschal lamb also appears on the town arms.
St. Wilfrid's Parish RegisterEdit
Details of all the names of those involved in church services at St. Wilfrid's.
|Name||Date of Baptism||Jah Parent||Priest|
|Grizelda||7th July 1456||Sonnie||420isgood|
|Thedukeofholmby||7th July 1456||Ericcedricson||420isgood|
|Worf2||3rd December 1456||Shriekersmom||Thedukeofholmby|
|Groom & Bride's Name||Date of Engagement||Date of Wedding||Priest|
|Thedukeofholmby & Ledge||9th June 1456||12th July 1456||420isgood|
|Deceased person||Date of Funeral||Priest|
|Daximus||13th July 1456||(unknown)|