Month: July 2018

30
Jul

Goats Gracing Nativity

Nativity Lutheran Church is in the process of redesigning our green space. We want to expand our vegetable gardens to grow more produce for Little Kitchen Food Shelf and transition our hillsides to pollinator gardens. Our hillsides pose several challenges: We have a problem with invasive species and we have steep hills that are difficult […]

30
Jul

Why do I give? -Mitch Granholm

My wife Rachel and her family have been members of Nativity for over 30 years. I was fortunate enough to marry into this fantastic community! The church is a place where I find stability and peace. Nativity’s mission is why our family chooses to give to the church. Supporting the staff, families, volunteers, and the […]

27
Jul

Nativity Has A Heart for the Homeless

Over the past 5 years members of our Nativity Community have very generously contributed to Lutheran Social Service Metro Homeless Youth programs through our fundraising efforts  such as Rockin Out Team Homelessness, Where Love Can Grow in, and our Teen Art Exhibit.  The result was accumulated funds of over $20,000.  To add to this, a […]

17
Jul

Nativity Sustainability/Environment Outreach Team – Front Entry Plan

Nativity Garden Vision Our vision for Nativity front entry: We see a front entry experience that is welcoming, safe, and easily accessible to everyone; where nature spills into the street creating a lovely backdrop for people to celebrate, gather, linger, play, laugh and sit while enjoying nature in each season; with inspiring and interactive lighting […]

17
Jul

Why do I give? -Luke Juhl

My family and I have been members at Nativity for a number of years and our children also attend the Nativity Child and Family Center.  The church is important to us for many reasons, but some of the main points that come to mind include the charitable events and causes that the church participates in […]