Immaculate Conception/
St. Bridget’s Church

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A Roman Catholic Community of the African American Tradition

"We've Come This Far by Faith"

Mass Times

Sunday mornings 10am
Special Liturgies: Weekdays 6pm

Contact Us

445 Frederick Douglass Street Rochester, NY 14608 Office & Rectory Ph. (585) 325-3893
Office Hours 8:30 pm - 4:30 pm, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday

Sacraments of Reconciliation

"By Appointment"

Sacraments of Marriage

"Pre-Cana is Diocesan Requirement Arrangements should be made at least six months in advanced"

Baptism

"Please call the church office to make arrangements. New members of the parish community are most welcome. Registration cards are available in the church gathering space and church office"

Bible Study

The Bible Study program is an opportunity for parishioners to study and reflect on scripture. Little Rock Scripture Study has been used to facilitate workbook structured study that allows for learning, discussion and faith sharing. Parishioners are encouraged to reflect on ways that they can participate.
Study guides are provided to all participants and facilitators lead a discussion of chapters and an opportunity is provided to share. The group utilizes a prepared program of text and videos from the Little Rock Scripture Study Program that was started by the Diocese of Little Rock Arkansas.

Parish Handbook

We offer a parish handbook as a way to familiarize you with our parish community, services, programs and ministry opportunities. It serves two purposes: to serve as a resource to let you know of ways that Immaculate Conception/St. Bridget’s may be able to meet your needs, and as a reference for those looking to meet the needs of others by sharing their gifts and talents as volunteers in ministry. If you have been nourished through this parish community and are looking for a way to become more fully involved, please read through the descriptions and prayerfully discern where you may be able to share your gifts with others.

Bulletin Booklets


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Links

National Black Catholic Congress
The National Black Catholic Congress, comprised of member organizations. They commit themselves to establishing an agenda for the evangelization of African Americans; and to improve the spiritual, mental, and physical conditions of African Americans.
Oblate Sisters of Providence
An African American Congregation of multicultured women religious, they are a unique and visible testimony of the Church and a constant challenge to its authenticity to be the voice of Jesus Christ to all people.
Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament
We are called to share the Gospel message with the poor, especially among the Black and Native American peoples and challenge the deeply rooted injustice in the world today.