Preston is the commercial and administrative capital of Lancashire, receiving its first Royal Charter back in 1179. Today 1 million people live within 30 minutes reach of the city.
Preston is the home to the University of Central Lancashire, one of the largest and fastest growing universities in the UK.
Preston North End Football Club were a founding member of the English Football League in 1888.
You’ll find us on Lune Street in the heart of the city centre
We meet at 10:30 on Sundays1pm on Wednesdays for a half hour of informal worship, if you work or want
a break from shopping in the City Centre, you would be very welcome to join us! If
you’ve not been for a while it would be good to see you again!
Otherwise, call in and enjoy a cup of Fairtrade coffee in the Olive Grove Coffee Shop, open each morning, or sit quietly and enjoy the peace and quiet in the Church.
A City Centre Oasis amongst the hustle and bustle -
Whether you are visiting for the first time, or the first time for some time, you’ll receive a warm welcome at Central!
With an emphasis on caring for the people in the city centre, you’ll find us involved with the homeless, those in need and anyone lonely. Our church family come from all over Preston and we welcome everyone who comes to our front door!
You don’t need to know what ‘church’ is all about to come along, it would just be good to see you!
City Centre dates for Lent 2015
Lent Series at The Minster:
Mondays 23 Feb –
23 March, 7.30pm
Lent Bible Study at Central:
Wednesdays 25 Feb –
25 March, 2pm
Lent Lunches – venues tba:
Thursdays 19 Feb – 19 March, 1pm