• House Groups, Prayer Groups, Reading Groups

    Several groups meet in people's homes for fellowship and study, at different times and on different days, and a group meets weekly to pray for healing of the sick. If you are interested, please speak to the clergy

Church Social Life

  • The Mothers' Union

    Meets monthly in the afternoon, with a varied programme of speakers and fellowship, and supports the work of this worldwide campaigning charity. Members need not be mothers, married or even female.Contact More about MU

  • Caldy Church Ladies Committee

    organises a varied programme of social events and speakers, and raises money for the Church.Contact Pat Southworth 625 7802

  • C A M E O

    [Come And Meet Each Other]Meets monthly in the evening, with a varied programme of fellowship and speakers. Members are at present all female.Contact Jane Tann 625 1234

  • The Summer Fair

    Involves a lot of work for the Committee, but is a great occasion for teamwork and good public relations, as people stream in from beyond our church community.The Fair is held on Rectory Field in June 

  • Knit and Natter

    The group is involved in all sorts of knitting activities and meets at 10:00 in St Bridget's Centre on most Wednesday morningsFor more information, contact Peggy Dodd 625 7744

  • The Link Coffee Morning

    Held every Wednesday from 8.30am-11am during term time or 9:30am-11:30am during school holidays in St Bridget's Centre.Contact Edward Edwards 632 2346

  • The Friends of St Bridget's

    Share in preserving of this much loved church: to join Friends of St Bridget's click here .Learn about its history, architecture and contents.Short talks about the church and a tour with the experts!Plus learn about our future plans.For information telephone: 0151 625 2739

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Children and Young People

St Bridget's Storytelling Group and Bible Crew

Families are welcolme at our informal Storytelling Group which meets on Sunday mornings during term time (except for Sundays when we have 'All Together Worship' in Church). The Storytellers meet in the church at 10am and then move into the Church Centre for worship, an interactive bible story, music making and craft.

Storytellers sometimes includes Bible Crew, a group for young people of secondary school age.

Young people also ring bells, read lessons, serve at the altar, help in Storytelling Group, play instruments, and contribute to our life and worship in many ways. Contact the Parish Office 625 2739

For Scouts, Cubs etc, contact our friends at West Kirby Methodist Church 625 3224

The Church has a Safeguarding Officer and follows approved registration procedures for vetting people who work with children.

  • Baby and Toddler Group

    In Caldy Church Hall on Thursday mornings at 10:15 in term-timeContact Sally Lewis 0797 482 4316


    Storytime in Church for kids. In Caldy Church Hall after the Baby and Toddler Group.Contact Joy Alcock


  • Choirs

    Both our Churches have Choirs at the 10:00 serviceContact the Parish Office 625 2739

  • St Bridget's Music Group

    The Music group's primary role is to play at St Bridget's for All Together Worship. Musicians of all ages and abilities are welcome.

  • Wirral Symphony Orchestra

    This successful orchestra was formerly affiliated to the Church, and maintains close links with us. They perform concerts throughout Wirral.Contact Rod Tann 625 1234

  • Bell ringers

    Ring at St Bridget's on Sunday mornings, 9:15 am and practise on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm until 9:15pm. Contact Janet Jones 625 7265 See also Chester Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers