It’s often difficult to separate social opportunities from ministry and spiritual growth activities at St. Brigit, since any gathering usually begins and ends with a healthy dose of visiting and laughter. From the weekly Coffee Hours to seasonal Lenten Soup Suppers, we offer lots of opportunities to get to know us and grow with us.
Shamrock Suppers Monthly Dinner Groups
These meals are shared in the homes of fellow parishioners. To sign up to be a part of a dinner group send an e-mail to Eileen Bisgard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Quarterly Potlucks -Themed meals following worship on a quarterly basis where folks share their culinary gifts and old family recipes. A great opportunity to get to know new people in the community.
Newsletter – Monthly editions of our newsletter “The Celtic Courierl” are posted on our website. There are also paper copies available on the Welcome Table. If you would like to sign up to receive the Celtic Courier please send an e-mail to our administrative assistant Danielle Edison at email@example.com
Name Tags – Name Tags make it easier for us to get to know each other, especially if you are new to St. Brigit. If you need a name tag there is a request sheet on the welcome table.
Bulletin Boards – Have a look at one of the bulletin boards in the breezeway off of the sanctuary for information on upcoming events, youth and children’s activities, and outreach updates.
Email Lists – Several email lists keep parishioners up-to-date:
- Prayer Chain – If you would like to ask the St. Brigit prayer chain to pray for a particular need please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. All prayer requests are kept in strict confidence and will be prayed for by members of the St. Brigit Prayer Chain. If you wish to pray for others and become a member of the St. Brigit prayer chain please let our priest, Felicia SmithGraybeal know by sending her an email at email@example.com.