Church of England Diocese of Blackburn Ashton-on-Ribble, St. Michael and All Angels with Preston St. Mark

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

We have toilets configured for men and women and a non-gendered open access toilet which is also available for wheelchair/autistic users.

We have baby changing facilities. St. Michael's welcome nursing mothers and have no objection to breast feeding during our services or other events.

St. Michael's is well served by onsite, level, parking and there is plenty of space in the roads around.

We have a toilet which is especially for disabled worshippers. There is also provision for baby changing.

St. Michael's is fully accessible both outside and in.

St. Michael's is served with an induction loop.

All our services have a large print edition. If you would like this option please ask one of our Welcomer's.

Assistance dogs are welcome at all times.


Our Building

St. Michael's is a Grade 2* building and well worth a visit. The church features as part of the annual Preston conservation and heritage weekend in September each year.


Music and Worship

St. Michael's is used regularly by local groups, choirs and organisations as a venue. The acoustics are really rather good!

St. Michael's has an excellent organ and top concert standard grand piano.

Every Sunday at 08.30 a.m.

If you like to sing join our friendly choir! Rehearsals every Tuesday evening at 7.00 p.m.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Beavers meet in the Hall weekly. (currently suspended during the coronavirus crisis.)

A Brownie pack meets weekly in the Hall. (currently suspended during the coronavirus crisis).

A friendly coffee morning held on the first Saturday of each month at 10.00 a.m.

We have a Guides group which meets weekly in the Hall (currently suspended during the coronavirus crisis).

A Scouts group meets weekly in the Hall. (Currently suspended during the coronavirus crisis).


Help for Visitors

We have an excellent history available to buy written by a noted local historian.


Other Features

We have a range of Fair Trade goods for sale at our monthly Farmer's Market held on the third Saturday of the month. This is currently held outside of church and is subject to social distancing rules.

Cupboard Love is open on the second Saturday of each month from 10.00 a.m. Take what you need, give what you can.

For details talk to Meg on 01722 725120.
During the coronavirus crisis we are currently not taking bookings but are keeping the situation under review.