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Serve The Community

Serve The Community

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We look to provide help, dignity and solidarity through the following:

Neighbors in Need 

2nd and 4th Monday of every month from 5 to 7 pm in the Parish Hall
We minister to our neighbors, seniors, parishioners and families who are in need, gathering for shared prayer and a meal.  In 2017 we served over 4,000 meals.  In addition we provide clothing, socks, sleeping bags, throws, travel size personal products, toothbrushes and snack bags.  All are welcome.

 

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  • Visit our homebound and take them the Eucharistic 
  • Make phone calls to homebound, family member or someone whose day you know would be brightened by hearing from you 
  • Write greeting cards - cards are sent seven times a year including their birthday (if it's provided to us) 
  • Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet with us on Thursdays at 3 pm during adoration or pray on your own
  • Contact: Gerry and Bev Greer (858) 750-6542

Creation Care Team

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The mission of Saint Brigid’s Creation Care Team is to be responsible stewards of Creation in our community and beyond. We strive to follow the recommendations made in Pope Francis’s encyclical Laudato Si to care for the environment and all living beings through education and action.

“Education in environmental responsibility can encourage ways of acting which directly and significantly affect the world around us, such as avoiding the use of plastic and paper, reducing water consumption, separating refuse, cooking only what can be reasonably consumed, showing care for other living beings, using public transport or carpooling, planting trees, turning off unnecessary lights, or any number of other practices.” – Pope Francis, Laudato Si

Contact: creationcare@saintbrigidparish.org

Disciples in Action Challenge: Use reusable water bottles instead of plastic. Recycling is good, but reducing plastic use is even better!

Are you interested in serving the community in some way and want to learn more.  Click on the serve button below.

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