St Bridget's Parish Church serves the small town of West Kirby, on the Dee estuary.

The Church was founded by Christian Vikings from Ireland, so we have a thousand years of experience of bringing people the good news of the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ. People who come into St Bridget's today still encounter God's love in the beautiful, holy building and in reflective worship and stimulating preaching. We are trying to represent the Church of England at its best.

The Church is open Monday to Friday, 2.30 - 4.30 pm

In May 2012 we opened the new St Bridget's Centre, which is available for bookings.

There are strong links with the excellent Church Primary School next door.

We have dozens of weddings, baptisms and funerals each year - click here for contact details if you wish to enquire.

Caldy Church is the daughter Church of St Bridget's, and has served Caldy Village in the name of Jesus Christ for a hundred years.

We are an Inclusive Church, a Fair Trade Parish and an Eco-Congregation

Prayer for the Week

Gracious God, giver of all that we have and hold as stewards; grant us your people a deep and abiding awareness that all things come from you - our incomes, our talents and our generous impulse. Send your Holy Spirit to help us as we swim against the rising tides of materialism, envy, individualism and greed in our culture. And further, help us to help each other in this grace of giving, for you are the lover of our souls and call us to nothing less than the complete transformation of our lives in Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Thought for the week

"The season of Lent is sometimes referred to as The Bright Sadness. It is a season of tension. Ash Wednesday brings us face to face with our own mortality, and yet at the same time draws us into a season of anticipation of the greatest hope-the resurrection of Jesus. We are asked to delicately and simultaneously hold both truths in our hands: our humble mortality, and the hope of resurrection. It is a sadness, cloaked in light." From (a film series about hope presented by Ed Dobson, a minister with a life-shortening degenerative condition - sign up online to see the series weekly during Lent).