Fostering Community Links Beyond College
The Friends of St Brigid’s encompasses the wider Community of the College and enables its members to maintain an ongoing link with one another and the College.
The association comprises ex-students (alumni), ex-parents and grandparents, ex-staff, the Sisters of Mercy, our Scholarship Donors and the local Community. Sister Beverley Stott, Congregational Leader of the Sisters of Mercy West Perth is the Patron of the Friends.
About Friends of St Brigid’s
The association was established in 2003, initially to raise funds for the design and refurbishment of the Heritage Chapel. The wider St Brigid’s community members were later invited to join the Friends and there was strong interest from many past students and community members. Subsequently, the ‘Friends Committee’ was developed and co-ordinates membership, recruitment, Friends projects and functions. The Committee is chaired by ex-student and ex-Board member Jenny Lewis, who is keen to expand the committee with enthusiastic individuals. Please contact the Community Relations Office if you would like to be involved.
To join the Friends of St Brigid’s, there is an annual membership fee of $16.50 with optional payment methods available. Friends are also invited to make tax-deductible donations. Donations have been used for projects such as the Heritage Chapel and the Grotto Facelift.
Membership also entitles you to access the College’s Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre. Facility usage rates for members for entry and lessons are the same as those enjoyed by current College community members.
Please see the Pool page for our swimming programs or call 9290 4220 for more information.Pool Facilities
Friends of St Brigid’s Mission
The words from Distant Voices, which was recited at the rededication of the Heritage Chapel, capture the essence of the Friends mission.
And fragments of prayer
Beckoning us back,
Easing us forward.
Mercy unfolds behind us
And before us.
Mercy reaches through the ages.
Stepping out of history
Shaping who we might be,
Prompting what we could be,
Defining who we are.
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