Brockton Firefighters Pipes & Drums

Brockton Firefighters Pipes & Drums

Brockton Firefighters Pipes & DrumsBrockton Firefighters Pipes & DrumsBrockton Firefighters Pipes & Drums

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All Public Safety Personnel Welcome, Join the Band!!!

We practice every Wednesday 6:30 pm at Trinity School, 35 Erie Ave. Brockton MA. 

Upcoming Events!!!

St patrick's Day & Public Safety Mass


  Brockton Firefighters Relief association hosts the St Patrick's day and Public Safety mass at 10 am St Patrick's church 335 Main St. Following the mass in the lower church hall (approximately noon) is a wonderful Corned Beef and Cabbage lunch. All are invited.

**If you are interested in taking out an ad in our ad book or know someone who may, please contact Tim McMullen at  Prospect Hill Co has been a proud sponsor for this event for numerous years.

Tickets to the lunch are $15. You may purchase tickets at the door. You do not need to attend the mass to join us for lunch. There will be Irish Dancers, bagpipes, and live music! Hope you can join us.

Saturday March 9, 2019 beginning at 10:00 am the St Patrick's Day & Public Safety Mass will be followed by a traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner with refreshments and live entertainment. Hosted by the Brockton Firefighters Relief Association.

Mass Officiant - Fr. Bill Devine - After serving in parishes in Foxboro, Reading, Quincy and Dorchester, Fr. Devine was commissioned an officer in the U.S. Navy Chaplain Corps serving with the Navy and Marine Corps for 23 years.  During this time he served as a chaplain at the U.S. Naval Academy, three combat tours in Iraq, ten sea service deployments aboard Navy ships and a number of overseas tours in Asia.  Upon his retirement from the Navy in 2011 he served at St. John’s Church, Beverly for six months and was then assigned by Cardinal Sean O’Malley to be pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, the same parish he grew up in.   As pastor, he assumes the responsibility of leading and serving God’s people in the parish as well as students at Bridgewater State University and the inmates at the Bridgewater Correctional Complex.

Special tribute to our dear friend Jay Miller - Jay graduated from Weymouth South High School, Class of 1988. He later attended Boston College before enlisting in the United States Air Force, where he proudly served his country. Jay received several awards for his dedication and service to the City of Brockton where he was the former Executive Director for the Brockton Boys and Girls Club, worked for the YMCA and most recently was the Operations Director for Brockton Cable Access TV. Jay dominated life to the fullest and will be remembered for his positive energy, contagious laugh and smile that light up a room.

Corned Beef and Cabbage provided by Brockton Firefighters Relief Association.
Chef Timothy Reardon

Entertainment provided by Brian Buckly & Peter Joy
Dunleavy Boyle Bremer Academy of Irish Dance

Brockton Police & Fire Honor Guards
Brockton Firefighters Pipes & Drums
Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Cardinal Connell Assembly
Mr Colombo and our dedicated Choir
Chief of Police Emanual C. Gomes
Chief of Fire Michael F. Williams

The Brockton Firefighters Relief Association invites all to join us in Father Kenney Hall following the mass (approximately noon) for fun and fare as we break bread in true Irish fashion with a true Irish meal of Corned Beef and Cabbage. 

About Us

Memorial Pipe & Drum band

Mission Statement

 Our mission is to honor past and present members of the fire service along with all the men and women of our country's armed services. Through our music we intend to bring dignity to funeral services , parades and memorial services wherever and whenever it is warranted. Following the deepest of traditions we will hold our heads high and our hearts strong for all those who are in a time of need.  

Our Tartan

The Brockton Firefighters Pipes & Drums proudly wear the Maclachlan Tartan.

Clan Maclachlan claims descent from Lachlan Mor, who lived on the shores of Loch Fyne in the 13th century. Lachlan belonged to the family who originally emigrated from Ireland to Scotland in the 11th century. This taran is worn with respect and admiration to the current chief of the Clan Euan John Maclachlan.