Degree Advancement Ceremonies Cencelled

Good afternoon, gents.

Per the emails below, the 2nd and 3rd Degree Advancement Ceremonies scheduled for this Saturday morning at St. Michael’s have been cancelled due to the projected hurricane/weather.

Please notify our candidates of this cancellation and let them know that we very much appreciate their interest in advancing and will make them aware of the new dates or advancement opportunities as soon as we receive an update.

Thank you!



The St. Bridget Stew & Brew Volunteers Needed

Good morning, Brothers!

The St. Bridget Stew & Brew is quickly emerging as one of our parish’s largest fundraising events, and as Knights, it’s important that we do our part to ensure it’s a fun and successful event for all who attend.

This year’s Stew & Brew is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 5th on the St. Bridget back parking lot, and we’re looking for volunteers to assist. There are a number of roles available throughout the day and evening, and spouses are welcome to volunteer as well.

Please sign up to volunteer here:   STEW & BREW Sign-Up Genius

Thank you in advance for your dedication and service to this wonderful parish event!


Bart Leahey, Grand Knight

St. Bridget Council 5476  |  Knights of Columbus

Cell: 804.240.9859

consecration of the bells 9/25/18 at 7 PM

Reverend Monsignor William Carr cordially invites all Saint Bridget parishioners and friends of the parish to join His Excellency the

Most Reverend Bishop Barry Knestout for the consecration of

the bells for our new bell tower.


Tuesday, September 25th at 7pm


We will gather outside in front of the bell tower.

A reception with light refreshments will be served in the Commons.

St Bridget “Listening Sessions” with Monsignor Carr – In response to the Abuse Scandal

This week we will be offering four listening sessions.

WHEN:   September 5 and 6

TIME:   at 9am and 7pm each day

WHERE:   in the Church Hall

We want you to share your thoughts and ask questions

Amidst ongoing developments regarding sexual abuse in Pennsylvania and the Church, this is a time for openness and transparency. Importantly, this is also a time for our parishioners’ voices to be heard.