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When a loved one has died, we offer consolation and guidance to the family members in planning a funeral or memorial liturgy. This is best done in person, and appointments are made by contacting funeral coordinator Lee Hulburt.  Get started here with our funeral planning guide.  

Can Catholics be cremated?  

Funerals are most often held Mondays through Wednesdays, schedule permitting.  We can coordinate the time of funeral with some flexibility, especially if advance arrangements have been made.

Please contact us anytime, especially if a death is imminent, to begin the liturgy planning process.

2023 Upcoming Funerals - Nothing scheduled as of March 1st

“‘If one member suffers in the body of Christ which is the Church, all the members suffer with that member” (1 Cor 12:26).  For this reason, those who are baptized into Christ and nourished at the same table of the Lord are responsible for one another…So too when a member of Christ’s Body dies, the faithful are called to a ministry of consolation to those who have suffered the loss of one whom they love.”  - Order of Christian Funerals, no. 8

Ministry of Consolation

To serve in the Ministry of Consolation, email Lee Hulburt for more information. 

Bereavement Support

For more information about Bereavement Support at Saint Brigid click here.

Payments and Offerings

The cost to utilize the Church for your loved ones funeral is $400 (includes music). Want to pay online?

  • Click here or press the Give button below
  • And, if after the funeral you'd like to express your gratitude to the parish, the priest, and/or the deacon that presided over your wedding, click here (this donation is tax-deductible).