St. Giles is the name of a local Presbyterian church. But, from what I read, he was a Catholic saint from the Middle Ages and clearly not part of the reformation (500 years prior, I think). I didn’t think Presbyterians really paid that much attention to saints, is there something special for them about St. Giles that makes him an exception? Do they recognize saints as being in heaven, and if so, do they believe in some other place besides heaven, similar to Purgatory, for those who are not saints? Is it the difference between ‘the elect’ and the rest of humanity? Or is it a different St. Giles entirely?
I actually found two St. Giles, one from 1200s and one from 700s: