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Novena: 9 Days for Life One of the simplest ways our parish can unite during Respect Life Month is joining in prayer. Praying a Novena is an extremely accessible, yet powerful way to pray for a specific intention. To participate in our parish-wide Novena for Life, all you need to do is pray the designated prayer once a day, for nine days in a row, starting January 14th, and ending January 22nd. Click HERE to a reminder each day of the Novena.  Respect Life Holy Hour Spending time in front of our Lord in the Eucharist is a wonderful opportunity for quiet prayer and reflection. On January 15th at 6:30...

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Day of Service Donation Drive

Posted on January 09, 2019 in: General News

2019 Saint Bridget Day of Service, March 16th In years past, by God’s Grace, our church and school community has been able to serve over 24 community organizations and dozens of individual families. Your donations make that possible! Join our Movement, Make a Difference!   Supply Donations are due February 10   Click HERE to view the full list of supply items being accepted for donation.  In addition to the donation needs in the link above, we are also collecting: full-size toiletries individual serving lunch box snacks (pretzels, chips, popcorn, etc.) Thank you for do...

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Upcoming Funerals

Posted on January 16, 2019 in: General News

The following funerals are being held at Saint Bridget Parish.  If you need assistance planning a Funeral Mass click here.  There are no upcoming funerals at this time.

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Please join Saint Bridget School as we celebrate Catholic Schools Week from January 27th - through February 1st. The week will kick off with an Open House offered on Sunday, January 27th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., noon. The Open House will include tours, and a fun, interactive STEM Quest activity for children and families! We hope to see you there!

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10 Thursday Nights  Starting January 3rd, 6 -8 p.m. Hundreds of Saint Bridget Parishioners have experienced Alpha – don’t you think it is time for you to see what all the hype is about??? Bring a friend – all are welcome, even if they are from another parish!    Make Alpha part of your New Year’s Resolutions for 2019….. it will be a resolution that will be easy to keep!!!   Do you have a friend or loved one who has been away from the church for a while and would be perfect to get involved with Alpha? It is a g...

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Do More for Your Community in 2019 Become a volunteer at CrossOver Healthcare Ministry. CrossOver volunteers make a difference every day in the lives of patients, families, and the community. At more than 600 strong, [their] team of volunteers is instrumental in local clinics, community outreach, and fundraising events.   Become a Clinic Volunteer "At CrossOver we need both clinical and non-clinical volunteers to run the clinic and care for our patients." Our greatest needs currently are: ·     Interpreters ·     Nurses ...

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President James Madison - History Comes Alive!  – Thursday, January 24th, 10:30 – Noon.  Come hear and see history come alive as historical reenactor Mr. Charles Wessinger entertains and educates us as our fourth President, James Madison.  President Madison was an American statesman and Founding Father who served as President from 1809 to 1817.  He is hailed as the "Father of the Constitution" for his pivotal role in drafting and promoting the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  Our St. Bridget 6th&nbs...

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Welcome book lovers! The Tuesday Morning Book Discussion Group is expanding to include a Tuesday Evening Book Discussion Group. Both groups will be reading the same book, so you can come and go to either or both groups as your schedule allows. During the month of January, we will be reading Simplicity: The Freedom of Letting Go by Richard Rohr. About the Book: "One of Fr. Rohr’s bestselling books, explores St. Francis’s ancient call to the simple life, where joy ... helps us build relationships and find peace in ourselves." When & Where: Both Classes will beg...

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Stewardship 2019: Donation Options

Posted on November 16, 2018 in: General News

Here at Saint Bridget, there are a couple different ways you can make your weekly donation. We invite you to explore the options listed below and choose the best fit for you.  Check or Cash Putting checks or cash in the collection basket every Sunday? All you have to do is update your preferred pledge amount of what you plan to donate each week and proceed to hand it in in person as normal.  Click here to update your pledge amount for check or cash donations. Online Giving Don't want to deal with loose cash and paper envelopes? Clicking here to set up your online ConnectNow account or u...

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Ladies of Saint Bridget We will be studying the Passion and Resurrection Narratives of Jesus beginning on Wednesday, January 9 at 9:00 am in the Church Hall.   Explore the passion and resurrection of Christ are at the core of Christian faith and form the capstone of each of the four gospels. This study opens Matthew, Mark, Luke and John individually to reveal the special insights each has preserved. Examining the passion and resurrection will challenge you to incorporate both the pain of the cross and the hope of the resurrection into daily living. This is a seven week study from Little Rock.  We will ...

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Habitat for Humanity Opportunities

Posted on December 14, 2018 in: General News

During the months of December through February Habitat sees a drastic drop off in our volunteers. We very much need your help this winter. We currently have 30 build site spots to fill in December between 4 different projects, and nearly 200 spots to fill in January! Help in our ReStores is also needed. Visit saintbridgetchurch.org/habitat for a list of all the build help we need. Contact wguthrie@richmondhabitat.org for build help, and hmorris@richmondhabitat.org for ReStore opportunities. Upcoming Build Opportunities: all shifts are 8AM-3PM W. Aside from these Saturday spots there are a lot of weekday spots available:...

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Join us as at the annual Christmas luncheon (wear your green and red!).   Dan Harms, our Director of Youth Ministry and accomplished musician will entertain us and lead us in some Christmas carols and songs! The Junior Kindergarten class will visit with us and help us sing!   Come prepared to sing some Christmas carols and bring your favorite Christmas cookies or baked item.   Luncheon cost will be $5.  Please sign up on the Saints and Sinners bulletin board in the Commons.

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Thank You Frank Boehling and ETEC

Posted on November 26, 2018 in: General News

Special thanks to Frank Boehling and ETEC Mechanical Corp for sponsoring our website.  Your annual donation to cover the cost of the website is appreciated. Please consider ETEC Mechanical Corp for your business needs or if you see Frank around give him a big thanks. Performance. Flexibility. Efficiency. Engineering Total Environment Comfort Conceptual Budgeting We offer our 15+ years of data and design-build experience to help budget and plan for your project in the early stages of development. eTEC Mechanical has the ability to provide several conceptual solutions as well as value engineer...

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What better way to prepare yourself during Advent for the Christmas season than to give yourself time to pray, reflect, and encounter Jesus in the Mass. This year's Adult Advent Retreat titled, Proclaiming Christ: Making Room for the Savior will be held on Saturday, December 8th, 2018. Beginning immediately after the 9 a.m. Holy Day Mass of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the retreat will run from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall.  Theme This year as a community focusing on our Baptismal Call to Proclaim Christ, we begin by spending a morning in prayerful reflection with our...

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WHAT: Join other young families to share a meal, enjoy a craft, help with a service project, sing songs and hear helpful tips for how to help kids experience the waiting of Advent and make Christmas more meaningful.  Ideal for families with kids age 0 to 5th grade. WHERE: MPH (Mother Presentation Hall)  WHEN: November 18th, 12:15pm -2pm   Signup Genius to RSVP (not required) https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0449AAA62AA7F85-ohtheanticipation Signup Genius to Volunteer to Bring Supplies for Service Project https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0449aaa62aa7f85-advent1

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Join us on Friday, October 26, 2018, at 7:00 pm at St. Paul Catholic Church, 909 Rennie Avenue. The Taizé practice consists of repetitive musical chant, prayer, scriptural readings, silence, and adoration of the cross, coming together to create a deeply meditative spiritual experience.   

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Liturgy is the most essential work we do at Saint Bridget, as the Eucharist is the source and summit of our faith. We are blessed to have so many liturgies at Saint Bridget every weekend. Yet these cannot take place without the help of lay ministers to greet the Assembly, proclaim the Word, and serve the Eucharist. By virtue of our Baptism, each of us is called to serve. Everyone who is baptized has Christ's imprint and therefore is worthy of being a Liturgical Minister, whether as an usher, lector, or Eucharistic Minister. How might you answer this call? Please join us for Part One of Ministry Matters, the fir...

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Volunteers are needed to assist with the clean-up of Hurricane Florence. There are still many areas of North Carolina that are inaccessible, so it may take time for organizations to assess the needs of their communities. Opportunities to help will continue to be available months and years from now. Thank you for your willingness to be Christ for one another and help the citizens of North Carolina. Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster: VOADs Organizations beginning to mobilize across the state. A list of volunteer opportunities will become available here.    The experienced organizations li...

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Bikes Needed!

Posted on August 30, 2018 in: General News

Bob Argabright is our connection with Oak Grove School. He has contacted me in need of some used bikes. The Charlie Thomas Bike Repair Shop project supports the children and adults in the Oak Grove - Bellmeade community. The purpose of the project, which will benefit 700 children and their families, is to engage the children in repairing their bikes, promote community service, and promote bicycling in the community. This bike repair shop is stocked with bikes, parts, tools, bike stands and other supplies. The repair shop is open on the weekends. The young bike riders and adults are taught to repair their bik...

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Saint Bridget Catholic Church
6006 Three Chopt Road
Richmond, Virginia 23226

Office: (804) 282-9511
Fax: (804) 285-7227
Priests' Residence:
Monsignor Carr (804) 551-0473
Fr. John Christian (804) 551-0592
parishmail@saintbridgetchurch.org

Office Hours
Mon-Fri: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Mass Schedule

Saturday:
Reconciliation at 4:00pm and by appointment
Vigil Mass: 5:30pm

Sunday:
7:30am, 9:00am,11:00am, 5:00pm

Daily:
8:00am, except holidays as scheduled

 

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