Thursday, August 27, 2020
We hope that you have found time for rest and relaxation during these summer months as we prepare for a busy fall and new school year! Our Religious Education pastoral staff are planning programs for all ages with exciting new beginnings – all while operating under proper safety protocols. The parish liturgy committee, pastoral staff, and maintenance staff work together to make sure Mass is celebrated in a safe environment and available live-streamed. Our vibrant Music Ministry continues to inspire, and Allen Bean has finalized plans for this coming season’s Friends of Music Concert Series.
Thank you for your amazing volunteer efforts! Paul Amrhein works with our parish Human Concerns and Social Ministries continuously adapting during the pandemic to find new ways to serve our parish family and reach out to those in crisis.
Thank you for keeping your financial stewardship active especially during this challenging time! Your compassionate spirit of giving ensures that our parish fulfills the mission of our Catholic faith tradition.
- Join the more than 500 families who are using Online Giving to make contributions. Click here for the Saint Bridget Church Online Giving link. If you have an Online Giving Account, please remember to update your credit card expiration date and any other changes in your payment information.
- Text to Give is now an option to make your contributions to Saint Bridget Church. Simply text the word Give to 1-804-258-6006 and you will receive a return text with a direct link to our Saint Bridget Church secure Online Giving platform.
- Offering Envelope Packets are distributed every other month. Simply mail your contribution envelopes to the parish office at 6006 Three Chopt Rd, Richmond VA 23226. Going paperless? Let Kimberly know if you no longer wish to receive Envelope Packets.
Contact Kimberly Lapkin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-525-7888 with any questions regarding Stewardship, or for any assistance with Online Giving.
We are sadly aware that many people will suffer financial hardship during this time, and we continue to pray for those especially affected. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is ready to assist those in distress.
Monsignor Carr, Father Tochi, Father Christian, and our parish pastoral staff keep you and your family in our prayers and send best wishes for health and happiness!