Nativity loves and accepts people as they are and wherever they are in their spiritual journey.
At Nativity we realize that a first visit can be intimidating so we want to make your visit one of welcome. We look forward to meeting you!
Who are we?
Nativity is a community where people experience God’s love and are empowered to love others courageously. Below you will find answers to questions most frequently asked about Nativity. If you don’t find the answer to your questions there, contact Pastor Glenn Seefeldt or Pastor Ben Schori.
- How do I get to Nativity?
- Where do I park?
- Where do my kids go?
- Who are our pastors?
- What are our mission, core values, vision and core scripture?
- What are the worship times?
Can I receive communion?
Communion is served every weekend at the Saturday, 5:30 pm service, the Sunday 8 am service and Worship 10:40 in the Fellowship Hall. Communion is also served on the first and third Sundays at the 9 & 10:30 am services. All are welcome to commune.
Open House Social
Nativity’s Open House Socials are 60-minute events intended to help new people make connections with established members over a simple meal and informal table conversations. They are held quarterly. Please join us at our upcoming social. RSVP by Tuesday April 3rd to Joanne Griffin at email@example.com or 612 781-2766 ex. 1005.
Sunday, April 8, 12 – 1 pm, location within the church TBD
Getting to Know Nativity
Are you new to Nativity and want to know more? The Getting to Know Nativity Session is a 60-minute introduction to our people, our core beliefs, our Sacred Partner joining process, and our building. It is also an opportunity to ask questions and take an optional tour of the building. They are held quarterly. Please join us at our upcoming session. No RSVP necessary.
Sunday, April 15, 10 – 11 am, room 213
For more information about either of these welcome events, please contact Joanne Griffin, Minister of Belonging, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612 781-2766 ex. 1005.