Welcome to the web site of Prescot Parish Church - An ancient place of beauty, set apart for the worship of God and the coming together of his people. -     "To seek to discern God's will for all the work and worship of our Parish. We pledge ourselves to make our Church a place where people of every age and stage of faith can find acceptance, the discovery of God's presence and real help in their life's journey."    

CHURCH ROOF

Church Roof fund. We need just short of £250,000 to restore & repair the church roof, as the 17th. century timbers in the roof are suffering from a deathwatch beetle infestation. It is vital we carry out the work so that not only we but future generations can benefit from our historic building of worship. English Heritage have promised partial funding, but there are many ways you can help us raise the rest. Please pass these messages along to family and friends, as it's all for a very worthy cause.

*Donate Directly. Give cash or cheque to the vicar or member of the Parochial Church Council.

*Sponsor Ian Cooney, who will be abseiling down the west front of Liverpool Cathedral on sat. 3Aug.

*Donate old mobile phones, & broken Gold & Silver items.

*Buy books & gifts from the back of the church /
Buy traidcraft products stall is open in the Meetin Room after church most Sundays.

Charity Reg Number 1135804.
If you wish to make your Donations by cheque.
Please make it payable to Prescot PCC.

Send to
C/O The Vicarage,
Vicarage Place,
Prescot,
Merseyside,
L34~1LA.
Photos of Prescot Church Roof Work

The flag of the Diocese of Liverpool.

The Coat of Arms of

The Coat of Arms of
The Diocese of Liverpool.

Click on my hand to see
Whatson at the Church

North Side & Door.

Click on the door or windows to go inside the church for a tour of the Church.
Click on the notice board for whatson at the Church
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The flag of the Diocese of Liverpool.


The Coat of Arms of King's College, Cambridge.

Prescot Church.

The parish church is a Grade I Listed building (the only one in Knowsley borough).
There have been at least two churches on this site, the first from as early as 1100.
The present church was largely rebuilt in 1610 of local sandstone, and the existing nave, chancel, and roof are all of this date. Of the earlier church, only the vestry, font and parts of the chancel walls survive.
The present tower was built in 1729 and the spire in 1797.
The side aisles were widened in 1819.

 
 
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