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."    


Now playing " Bridal March (Wagner)"

Because parish boundaries can run along roads, fences and even streams it is quite possible that the church nearest you is not actually your parish church. It's important to know which parish you live in if you want to get married in church. But it can also be helpful to know how close the churches are from your location. How to Use First enter your post code in the search box: If you enter a place name instead of a post code we will provide a list of churches in that general area.

Please Note:

You will be required to provide documentary evidence to support the grounds of your connection with Prescot Parish Church.

Please select from the following:

I was baptised in the parish (in a Church of England service).
Have had my usual place of residence in the parish for at least 6 months*.
My parent has had his or her usual place of residence in the parish for at least 6 months during my lifetime*.
My parent or grandparent was married in the parish by a Church of England service.
I have been confirmed (in a Church of England service), and my confirmation is entered in the parish Register.
I have habitually attended worship at church of England services in the parish for at least 6 months†.
My parent has habitually attended worship at Church of England services in the parish for at least 6 months†.

* This can apply whether or not you or your parent(s) are still resident in the parish.

 † This can apply whether or not you or your parent(s) are still attending worship in the parish.

Note: In the Church of England Marriage Measure 2008 a parent means:
  - parent of either a legitimate or illegitimate child; or
  - an adoptive parent (This requires legal adoption); or
  - a person "who has undertaken the care and upbringing" of another person.

For a grandparent one of the above three types of relationship must apply between each generation and the next, i.e. between the grandparent and the parent and between the parent and the person completing the form.

as at 01/06/2009



This is the map for St. Mary's & St. Paul's Parish Boundary. 

Wedding Info Site

Print Your Qualifying Connection with Prescot Parish Church Form

Print of Wedding info sheet for your day

Print you Wedding booklet

List of music for Wedding

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The Parish Office,
Is in the Meeting Room office, is open to book weddings
and for general information each Tuesday as follows:
11.00am. - 12.00 noon & 6.30pm. - 7.30pm.

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