Since 1999, the Men of Saint Brigid (MOSB) have donated well over $850,000 and thousands of volunteer hours to support the Saint Brigid parish and many worthy ministries and charities in a variety of ways, including:
- Archdiocesan Seminarians
- Atlanta Men’s Shelter
- Habitat for Humanity
- Holy Redeemer School
- Mercy Care
- Mustard Seed
- Parish Picnic and Ministry Fair
- The Saint Brigid Day School
- St. Vincent de Paul
Our most two popular fundraisers, the Christmas Tree sale and annual Monsignor Reynolds Charity Challenge, provide the financial resources to support ministries in need. We invite you to come to our next monthly meeting to enjoy the fellowship and find out how you can get more involved in our parish.
Spend a hour in the real presence of Jesus. Currently only registered Guardians. It very well could be the best hour of your week!
Any questions, please contact Denise Ballard (770-667-3475) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Habitat For Humanity
Saturday’s February 20 – May 15.
40 Days for Life – 2021
Stand in hopeful prayer for those who can’t stand for themselves. Our peaceful vigil at the FEMS abortion clinic is intended to change hearts by our presence. Friday’s 2/19, 2/26, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, 3/16. Noon -1:00 pm
1924 Cliff Valley Way, NE, Atlanta, 30329
World Wide Marriage Encounter
Dates for 2021:
6/25 – 6/28
7/23 – 7/25
9/24 – 9/26
11/26 – 11/28
Call (678)242-WWME (9963) for more info
Quest AM 1160
Listen to Quest AM 1160 – MOSB are Founding Sponsors. It will change the trajectory of your day!
Download the App @: thequestatlanta.com
Provide a welcoming presence for parishioners before and after each mass, as well as a visible presence during mass. Please contact Bill Stuhltrager at email@example.com
Welcome parishioners inside prior to mass. Answer any questions and be a smiling welcoming face! We’re glad you’re with us at mass today!
We need support for the Usher ministry. If you are interested, please reach out to Jeff Cooney via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or at 678-592-2861.
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