Parish of Mother Teresa of Calcutta

Our parish includes two physical locations in Manchester, Connecticut.

Each "campus" includes several buildings and outdoor sites as described below.

When the two parishes were merged to form the Parish of Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Archbishop Blair decreed that the "names of the current Saint Bridget Church and Saint Bartholomew Church edifices shall remain unchanged."

Saint Bridget Church & School

80 Main Street, Manchester, CT 06042

The "Main Street Campus" includes the Church, a School and the Administrative Center, which houses the parish offices.

Handicapped parking is available at the side/back entrance to the church, along with access to an elevator.  The elevator will take you directly to the sanctuary level.  There is also handicapped parking in front of the auditorium and entrance to the building is accessed by means of a ramp.

Hearing devices are available at Masses for the hearing impaired.  They can be found at each entrance.  There is also an interpreter at the 11:30 Mass to assist our deaf community in their complete and meaningful participation in the Mass.

Saint Bridget School

Adjacent to the church at 74 Main Street, our school provides a Catholic education for pre-K through Grade 8.  Please visit the school website for more information.

Saint Bartholomew Church

736 Middle Turnpike East, Manchester, CT 06040

The "Middle Turnpike Campus" includes the Church and an Education & Meeting Center (in the former school wing), as well as a Labyrinth (see below) and outdoor Stations of the Cross in a natural setting.  We invite you to enjoy them anytime.

The church has wheelchair access via the entrance at the end of the south wing as you enter the parking lot from Ludlow Road.  Space for wheelchair seating is available at the front of the church.  The Priest or Eucharistic Minister will offer Communion to anyone in the front pew who is unable to come forward.  Wheelchair access is available in the restroom at the north end of the hallway by the doors to the church.