Church of England Diocese of Blackburn Ribchester

St Wilfrid's at Ribchester

The Village of Ribchester with the outlying hamlet of Stydd are situated in the picturesque Ribble Valley in the heart of rural Lancashire. Ribchester grew out of the ruins of the Roman fort of Bremetenaccum and the Parish Church of Saint Wilfrid's stands where the principal buildings of the fort would have been.

We have a comprehensive web site which will tell you about both St. Wilfrid's Church and St. Saviour's at Stydd. Please visit

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The Revd Canon Brian McConkey

Ribchester Rectory, Riverside, Ribchester, Preston, Lancashire

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Sunday Holy Communion

Every Sunday at 8 a.m. for 30m


A regular congregation attends each Sunday for the much loved traditional Book of Common Prayer 1662 service of Holy Communion, a quiet and reflective service with a shared "thought for the day'.

Book of Common Prayer