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Sunday Services

Enjoy Sunday Services in person or live streaming on Zoom!
If you can’t make it on Sunday at 9:30, visit our YouTube Chanel and watch the service anytime!
ATTENTION ZOOMERS: The congregation email for the Service will be sent out on Sunday mornings at 8:00am. To get on the mailing list email: [email protected] with your name and email address.

Every summer for the past several summers, Week of Hope, a community service-related branch of the Christian organization Group Mission Trips, hundreds of youth and adults are hosted by a church site in Loveland for about 7 weeks and work with various organizations and non-profits around the area.

This summer, we will have youth and adults assisting in Brigit’s Bounty during the week of June 24th – 27th, and July 1st – 3rd.  If you see a bunch of youth and adults out there tackling the garden those weeks, that is probably them!  If you have an interest in volunteering with Brigit’s Bounty, please contact the BBCR President Jacquelyn Thomas – [email protected]

Would you like to financially support Brigit’s Bounty?
Scan the QR code below or go to the Brigit’s Bounty website (https://brigitsbounty.org/donate/).
We could really use your financial support to keep Brigit’s Bounty going!

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Brigit's Village Is Finally a Reality!!

We want to thank those involved in the Brigit’s Village Groundbreaking Ceremony that finally became a reality after 10 years of tireless and difficult planning. Please take a moment to join with us in the celebration of the special ground breaking event for Brigit’s Village and check out the official press release of the groundbreaking ceremony.

What a momentous event in the life of this church and surrounding community.  We had an excellent turnout with special guests including Bishop Kym Lucas, Mayor Tracie Crites, and many others including members from the church, town leadership and community. The event was completed with an excellent reception hosted by our very own St. Brigit Ministry of Hospitality and Community!  

This really is a special moment in the life of the church, and down the road, we will have many conversations as to how we, as the St. Brigit community, can support and welcome Brigit’s Village employees and residents that will eventually be headed our way!
Fr. Tim

SENIOR FOOT CLINIC
4th Tuesday of each month, 9am to 4pm

By appointment only
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The Episcopal Church Elects Its 28th Presiding Bishop

The Rt. Rev. Sean Rowe, bishop of Northwest Pennsylvania and bishop provisional of Western New York, was elected and confirmed June 26 at the 81st General Convention to serve as the 28th presiding bishop. His nine-year term as presiding bishop, the face and voice of The Episcopal Church and its chief pastor, begins November 1. The House of Bishops elected Rowe on their first ballot in a closed session at Christ Episcopal Church in downtown Louisville. The result later was announced publicly in the afternoon session of the House of Deputies, which greeted the news with cheers. The deputies proceeded to confirm him with a nearly unanimous majority, 95% in favor, and the standing-room-only crowd erupted in applause across the hall at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

Celtic Conversations

Celtic Conversations meets via Zoom on Wednesday mornings, from 9:15 am to 10:00 am. Everyone is invited to join the conversations. You can attend every Wednesday, or, any Wednesday you are able. The Zoom connection is always the same.

We will be using the Eata Series of Celtic Daily Readings found in the Celtic Daily Prayer Book 2. We can provide you with a free copy of the book.
For further information please contact Nancy Trubee, [email protected]or Rick Hess, [email protected] .

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