During the Vital Aging weekend, people over 60 had an opportunity to respond to statements about the aging process. If they agreed with the statement, they placed a post it note next to the statement. People over 60 are happier than those in middle age. Is this true for you? People over 60 tend to […]
After all the services, June 29 and 30th, people had the opportunity to look at antique kitchen and garage/shop gadgets. People of all ages participated as they attempted to guess the purpose of the mystery items. The many gadgets included: a wooden coffee grinder, a meat/cheese slicer, a corn planter, hair curlers, old cook books, veggie […]
Our youth continue to explore, learn, grow, and serve in Atlanta this week. On Wednesday they did a Bible study at Ebenezer Baptist Church, worked with Books for Africa, and again with Open Hand Atlanta. They are on their way home with some time to reflect on an experience that has changed them and the people […]
Our youth continue to explore, learn, grow, and serve in Atlanta this week. We were treated to a guest speaker/presenter from The Carter Center. We also visited the MLK Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Our Sustainability/Environment Outreach Team continues to make progress on our front entry. Here are a few pictures of it all coming together. Stop by and have a look for yourself.
On Sunday our youth were in Birmingham, Alabama to continue their service and learning trip. They are now in Atlanta working with Open Hand Atlanta making posters and sandwiches for the Action Ministries Smart Lunch Smart Kid program.
The youth and leaders have worked their way across a good portion of the U.S. and are now in Atlanta. These images were captured by Betsy Warren at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN.
Nativity’s new intern pastor. Vladimir begins June 15, 2019. Vladimir and his wife Sarah and their three children are members of Nativity. Over the next two years Vladimir will be among us learning about serving as a pastor by leading worship, teaching, offering pastoral care and preaching while attending classes at Luther Seminary. Nativity is […]
Early morning on June 4, 17 persons from our Nativity Community attended the Mental Health Connect fundraiser breakfast at Mt Olivet Lutheran Church. The program involved communication about the important work being done by Mental Health Connect along with individuals sharing their challenges when faced with personal mental illness and mental illness of family members. […]
Another successful evening for Beer and Hymns! 54 people attended from 8 different congregations. The event continues to bring new attendees and musicians! The next Beer and Hymns is scheduled for Monday August 5th.