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 normally open Monday to Friday, 2.30 - 4.30 pm for prayer and for visitors. 

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

Almighty God, who looked upon the lowliness of the Blessed Virgin Mary and chose her to be the mother of your only Son: grant that we who are redeemed by his blood may share with her in the glory of your eternal kingdom; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Thought for the week

The Magnificat (Luke 1: 46-55) a paraphrase from: Everyday Psalms by James Taylor My body grows round with wonder; my soul swells with thanksgiving. For God has been so good to me; God did not say, "She's just a girl." Once I was a slip of a girl, but now I am a woman, one who can bring forth new life. In all generations, I am blessed. How could anyone miss it – this new life in me is divine. It is holy. God grants new life to all who have not lost a child's wonder; they will be born again, and again, and again. God watches over them; God's fierce love fills predators with sudden fear. The miracle of birth levels our human differences: tough men become tenderly gentle, learned professors blurt out baby talk, even politicians fall silent in awe. The small and helpless are wrapped warmly in soft blankets; they are held lovingly in caring arms; they drink their fill with eyes closed. The rich, for all their wealth and status, can go suck lemons. That is how God deals with all faithful people, all who do not put their faith in themselves. So God has always done, so God will always do, from Sarah's miracle, to mine.