Welcome to the Church of Saint Brigid
St. Bridget's Church (as it was originally spelled) was founded in 1917 as the first Catholic church in West Hartford. The wooden church no longer stands; the brick building which is our current worship home replaced it in 1951.
From its beginning St. Brigid's (as it became legally known in 1960) welcomed worshippers from four different parishes to make up its own. Today it still welcomes parishioners from all over West Hartford and beyond to the warm interior and friendly Masses.
A capital campaign led to the building of our lovely brick church, along with its school and a convent which originally staffed it on Mayflower Street. The Sisters of the Cross and Passion moved into the building at 104 Mayflower Street which now houses St. Agnes Home (a residential home for pregnant and parenting adolescents and their infants) in August of 1960. In September of that same year, St. Brigid's school opened with four classrooms. The school continued to add rooms until a full curriculum was reached in 1966. For a short time the school taught students up to grade 9. It now proudly houses Pre-K through Grade 8 and an active school and CCD community.
St Brigid Parish welcomes you to our vibrant, active congregation. Come worship with us, stay for coffee & donuts after our 9:00 am Mass, join one of our groups and make St. Brigid your parish home.
Upcoming parish events
Mar 10 2014 Parish Council Meeting
Mar 11 2014 SAC/Immaculate Conception Soup KitchenMembers of the parish will be preparing and serving dinner to 75 homeless men at the Immaculate Conception Soup Kitchen Tuesday, October 16. If you would like to make a monetary contribution to help with the cost, please put it in an envelope marked “soup kitchen” and drop it in the collection basket or bring it to the Rectory during normal business hours.
Mar 13 2014 K of C Council Meeting
Mar 17 2014 Prayer Shawl Group MeetsThe mission of the Quilt and Prayer Shawl Ministry is to construct lap quilts and knit or crochet prayer shawls to be given to those in our community who need to know that God loves them and that there are people praying for them. All skill levels are welcome! If you know of anyone who would benefit from the quilt and prayer shawl ministry or would like more information, please contact Lynn Ryan at (860) 233-4612 (or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lori Cugno at (860) 586-8874 (or email@example.com).
Mar 20 2014 K of C Assembly Meeting