901 S. Ellwood Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224 -- Archdiocese of Baltimore
When you volunteer, you give a part of yourself to however; helping hand. What you may not realize, When you volunteer, you give a part of yourself to however; is that volunteering also benefits you as an individual as you learn more about yourself. There are many good reasons to get involved in the Saint Brigid Christian Community with the most important being. A closer relationship with Our Lord. Volunteering makes a positive impact on your life!
God has blessed every human being with talents. What talents do you have and how are you using them for the greater good? Donating your time and talent to benefit others is the greatest gift you can "give back" to God. "When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, "I used everything you gave me." Erma Bombeck
Volunteer at St. Brigid
Liturgy Become more involved in celebrating the Liturgy. We encourage you to volunteer as Mass greeters, ushers (men & women welcomed), cantors, lectors, altar servers & gift bearers (all family members encouraged to participate). If you have musical talent we would love to have you join our musical ministry. There is also a need for altar cleaners & hospitality workers.
Pastoral Council Participate as a member of the Council, attend scheduled meetings & collaborate with Pastor and Staff in developing and implementing our Mission & Evangelization.
Special Liturgies Special Liturgies, i.e., Blessing of the Animals, Advent & Healing Masses, etc.
Annual Benefit Events Support & help at various scheduled events throughout the year including: Shrimp Feast, Carnival, Preakness, Bull & Oyster Roast, Crab Feast & Bonanza Bingo.
Parish Maintenance Help with Parish building repairs, grounds maintenance & beautification, woodwork, minor construction, painting, etc.
Community Outreach Coordinate, assist and donate for: Beans & Bread, Lenten Meals, Franciscan Center Foods, Christmas Baskets & Advent Giving Tree.
Parish Office Volunteers Help with administrative duties, errands & other office needs during normal work hours.
Health Care Ministry Join others in visiting our Parish sick, homebound and those in the hospital/nursing home. Share your love for life & compassion with others..
Artistic Talents If you have a talent or artistic flair for interior design, graphics and decorating bulletin boards, come volunteer!
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Consider a worthwhile cause to spend your free time! One of the wonderful ways to spend your free time is to further the work of the Daughters of Charity mission and promote the life of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. Working as a fund-raising volunteer can be self-fulfilling in many ways. By offering your time you can: Experience how great it is to be a part of a collaborative effort by working side by side with the Sisters; Support a needy and worthwhile cause; Provide a personal outlet for enjoyment and creativity. If you are available to join our volunteer team this year, please contact us by phone (301) 447-7080.
APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA NEEDS VOLUNTEERS, SHIP VISITORS, ITEMS
The Apostle Ship of the Sea ministry needs volunteers to reach out to the tens of thousands of merchant seafarers whose ships call in the Port of Baltimore. Morning, afternoon, and evening shifts are available 7 days per week, weekly or bi-weekly. Time commitment is 4 to 5 hours/shift. Perfect for those who are retired, searching for a ministry to help others, or working and desire a ministry that does not require a lot of time. Gas and tolls round trip to the Stella Maris International Seafarers' Center provided. No language skills needed. Driver’s License required. Homeland Security Badge provided. Orientation with experienced Ship Visitors provided. 7- and 10-passenger vans. Stella Maris International Seafarers' Center is located in Dundalk next to St. Rita's Church. Check out our web site www.aosbalt.org. Can serve alone or with another ship visitor. Welcome Jesus in the Stranger. Call Msgr. John L. FitzGerald 443-690-2447.
LITTLE SISTERS NEED VOLUNTEERS Volunteers needed to help with Residents activities on Tues, Weds, and Thurs. from 9:30 - 11:30am and Mon - Friday 2:00 - 4:00pm. You can help with just one of the days or more than one.
OUR DAILY BREAD NEEDS VOLUNTEERS Go Green with Our Daily Bread! Did you know? On average, Our Daily Bread serves between 500-700 people per day. A vast majority of our guests have a job(s), but do not make enough to make ends meet. This summer finds Catholic Charities Our Daily Bread in the midst of a good problem! We will be the recipients of fresh vegetables from a variety of sources, including the Mayor’s garden, and we need help to prepare these vegetables to be served. If you’d like to help and are available on weekdays between 2-5p.m. Please contact us at: 443.986.9031.
BEANS & BREAD OUTREACH CENTER, a Day Resource Center for the homeless in Baltimore City, is seeking a volunteer for the meal program Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm. Volunteers assist with the setup, service and cleanup of a hot meal to 300 guests. Volunteers must be at least 13 years of age. Individual and groups of 6-8 people are welcome. For more information, contact Erin Shutt at 410-732-1892 or email@example.com. Beans & Bread is a program of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR EXIT ORIENTATION FOR PRISONERS - Volunteers are needed to join other groups in giving a monthly exit orientation to prisoners returning to society in the near future. The volunteer interns with Sister Dolores and receives materials with information on services for the poor provided by St. Vincent de Paul and other religious groups. If God is calling you to this area of prison ministry, please contact Sister Dolores at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-662-0500.