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Sunday Services

We are live-streaming Sunday Services.
Please email admin@stbrigit.org or text 720-394-1525 for the Zoom link and bulletin.

About St. Brigit Episcopal Church

St. Brigit Episcopal Church is a welcoming community where God’s love transforms lives through worship and service to others.  Located in Frederick, CO, and founded in 2009, we are an inclusive congregation of The Episcopal Church.

Brigid’s Mantle
An Invitation of Peace and Hope to a Troubled World

February 2nd, 9th, and 16th from 7pm to 8:15pm (MST)

Suggested Donation $39.00

The Goddess Brigid:
The Goddess Brigid, (Brigid of the Sidhe) is a well known and beloved Celtic goddess for good reason. Goddess of the Forge, Hearth, and Healing, She brings nourishment, growth, new life,  inspiration and protection. She is one of a few Celtic Deities whose presence spans a vast epoch in Celtic Paganism. Known by many names, Brigid’s influence has grown and evolved through time from the early settling of the British isles to modern day in both Pagan and Christian traditions.  Looking deeper into her history and mythology can bring us new insights into this Goddess who continues to have a profound effect on those she touches.”
St. Brigid of Kildare:
Brigid of Kildare, Ireland, is one of the most beloved and well-known saints of the Early Middle Ages. Accounts of her life are greatly influenced by legend and myth, however, her love of Christ and her love of God’s creation as well as the overflowing bounty of her compassion and joy are apparent in them all. Born in the doorway of a barn on the dawn of February 1, she was born in between indoors and outdoors, winter and spring, and night and day. Born in a liminal space, she serves as the doorway between realms and understandings: between animals and humans,  rich and poor, power and poverty, male and female, and solid and imaginal realities. Inspired by Brigid, we can follow her along the in-between way, uniting forces that seek to divide our world today.